Harry Lawson, Rosalie Brooker & Georgia Hopkins

Sandstock Crescent
Jordan Springs, NSW



Jury comments

"The judges found this entry is provocative, witty, and frankly frightening. The publicity style narrative that advertises ‘Jordan Springs’, has a crystal clear message. The consequence of ‘business as usual’ greenfield development in Australia will end in environmental disaster. So, will we choose to reconstruct these landscapes as ecologically designed green spectacles? Or, will we drive them further toward a dark and dusty apocalyptic collapse? You choose! The judges found the image of collapse particularly disturbing, but the heavily sarcastic and chuckle-worthy narrative of this entry helped damper the feelings of impending doom."

2021 competition jury: Prof. Maria Ignatieva, University of Western Australia, Prof. Martin Bryant University of Technology Sydney and Emily Wong, Landscape Architecture Australia

The 2020 Festival of Landscape Architecture is taking place on Whadjuk Noongar Country. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Whadjuk Noongar Country and Country throughout Australia. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.