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Claire Broun


Claire is a Registered Landscape Architect with 15 years of professional experience. She has delivered a variety of projects within the public realm both locally & abroad, her capabilities include managing & participating in multidisciplinary teams with a focus on design & vision. Having lived & worked in Scandinavia for a number of years she gained experience in the design of highly detailed,
quality civic spaces & parks, including sea baths, bespoke structures & public art. Key recent projects include Bungarribee Park masterplan & bridges, Parramatta Square Public Space, Town Hall Square & Oxford Street 2050 concepts, along with urban design masterplans for Aerotropolis Northern Gateway and Seven Hills Planned Precinct.

She has an interest in Australian landscape function and seeks to engage broader green & blue networks and the regeneration of living systems into the built environment. Through her project experience she demonstrates a blending of embedding living systems aspirations, together with the
ability to resolve complex urban and detail design issues to achieve the best delivery outcomes for public domain projects and outdoor environments. In addition to her design work, Claire is currently researching restorative land management with the aim of regenerating landscape as a complex living entity of dynamic cycles and networks of self-organising processes. This ongoing research involves collaboration with Noongar Ballardong elders, UWA’s former Associate Dean Grant Revell (School of Design & School of Indigenous Studies) and Martin Pell.

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

Registered Landscape Architect No. 1853