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  • 현서 김

    Landscape Architecture: HASSELL Project name: Nicholson Street Mall Location: Footscray, Victoria, Australia Completion date: 2008 Area: 1,900 sqm Budget: A$3.2m Client: Maribyrnong City Council Collaboration: Lighting: Norman Disney Young; Artist: Karen Casey Image credits: Photography by Dianna Snape

  • Ilse hartman

    outside space.

  • Petra Sistikova

    Nicholson Street Mall by HASSELL « Landezine | Landscape Architecture Works

  • tilly hemingway

    Public Realm - street furniture

  • Lauren Li Porter

    landscape-a-design: Landscape Architects Network Sit in the yellow area please.Nicholson Street Mall by HASSELL in Footscray, Victoria, Australia-The LA Team

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