Perry Lethlean

Perry Lethlean

Landscape Architect

Perry Lethlean is Director of the Melbourne office of Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL). He was one of the first students to participate in the RMIT University Landscape Architecture program at its inception in 1982. Completion of an Urban Design Masters followed in 1992.

Perry's work is widely published, particularly his successful entries for major international design competitions. His skills in urban design, at both the large master planning and detailed design scales, make him a valuable asset to the company and clients.

A sought after design lecturer and critic at Universities and juror for professional practice awards, Perry is considered to be one of Australia's leading contemporary urban and landscape designers. For TCL, Perry has led the successful implementation of complex landscape and urban projects such as the Auckland Waterfront Redevelopment, Geelong Waterfront Redevelopment, the Forest Gallery at the Melbourne Museum, Urban Design of Victoria Harbour, Docklands for Lend Lease and the Australian Garden at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne.

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