Josh Zeunert

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AILA | B.L.Arch (Hons1) | M.Arch | B.Des.St

Josh Zeunert is a registered Landscape Architect with a Masters of Architecture.

After graduating, Josh spent five years working in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in Sydney, predominantly as Senior Landscape Architect/Architect and Environmental Manager at internationally awarded design and environmental practice McGregor Coxall.

Labeled ‘Adelaide’s greenest ex pat’ by the Adelaide Magazine in recognition of his impact on the built environment, Josh has also sat on the expert panel for the ‘Stirring the Possum’ public forum series and has participated in round tables, lectures, and conferences. In 2009, he received the AILA National Bruce Mackenzie Future Leaders Scholarship.

Josh returned to Adelaide in 2010 and currently holds a Lecturer position at The University of Adelaide. Previously, he has held casual academic positions at the University of New South Wales and at the University of South Australia.

Josh currently works with award winning Landscape Architecture and Urban Design practice Taylor Cullity Lethlean where he focuses on integrating environmental systems into design projects and practice. He is a member of the team undertaking the Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga Urban Regeneration Project.

Josh’s research interests include all aspects of sustainability, the built environment and design and also the cultural and environmental perceptions of the Australian landscape.

Josh is currently writing ‘The Lie of the Landscape’ – a book challenging perceptions of the Australian landscape as ‘wilderness’.


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