TONKIN ZULAIKHA GREER

Tonkin Zulaikha Greer was formed by Peter Tonkin and Brian Zulaikha in 1987, joined by Tim Greer in 1989 and by Roger O’Sullivan in 1992. The relationship between Brian Zulaikha and Peter Tonkin was cemented when both contributed to the 1988 restructuring of the whole of Sydney’s Circular Quay, a multiple-award winning project that saw the public waterfront of the city opened for the first time to the people and furnished with unifying architecture and landscape of the highest quality. Urban scale work includes strategic initiatives for the National Capital Authority addressing placemaking and wayfinding in the ceremonial heart of Canberra, the Arts/Law campus of the Parliamentary Triangle and the competition winning design for the 240 Ha Canberra International Arboretum and Gardens, to open in 2008. At Sydney’s Olympic site, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer were responsible, with specialist sub-consultants, for the design of the paving, lighting, street furniture and signage for the entire Olympic site.
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