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Further growth in landscape offer at Architectus

Architectus is expanding our Landscape Architecture offer, with new arrivals to the team bringing the additional experience and expertise we need to continue delivering exceptional outcomes.

The announcement follows months of growth within the discipline, which expanded significantly last year.

The latest appointments include highly-skilled landscape architect Marc Deuschle, joining as an Associate Principal to bolster leadership of Landscape Architecture under the direction of Principal Esther Dickins.

The founder and landscape design director of LSA Design in Sydney, Marc has an impressive portfolio of work from Australia and China across sectors such as Commercial, Residential, Education and Hospitality. His standout projects include The Capitol – an AILA award-winner for ‘Civic Landscapes’ in the ACT – and 10 Macquarie for Charter Hall.

Along with prior experience at firms including AECOM and OCULUS, Marc has also played an active role in strengthening the profession as a member of state design panels and as a course convener in landscape architecture at the University of New South Wales.

In professional practice, Marc is particularly focused on large-scale work and the many opportunities it can bring. That experience will be particularly valuable on Architectus projects such as the 1.85-hectare Barangaroo Harbour Park, a collaboration with the First Nations-led AKIN design team.

“Our landscape architecture team has gone from strength to strength over the past year, taking on a range of new projects across multiple sectors,” said Esther. “Marc will not only be a great contributor to that work – he’ll also bring the strategic thinking and decision-making skills he’s honed through leading his own practice.”

“We look forward to introducing him and our other talented new colleagues to our clients and project teams.”

Barangaroo Harbour Park, Sydney


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