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assist to leverage transport and greenhouse gas emission before the Zero emission target sets by ACT Climate Change Strategy by 2045.  The form and texture were inspired by the Rainbow Serpent from the Dreamtime, who represents the source of life and prosperity of nature. Along with other aboriginal art through the site, it creates a new landmark that celebrates the Ngunawal traditions and tells the stories about the legacy.   The ribbon of urban life is a linear park with components of boardwalk promenade, terrace plaza, platform and water channel. The park meanders and undulates above and under the water providing fun motion experience with ramps, stairs and slide. It creates a moving experience with the change of views to landmarks, tranquil water, and the nature reserves in beyond. A channel goes under the water allows people to observe aqua life in the river which is also beneficial for

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August 2019  

While the summer slowdown is well underway across the Middle East and the temperature hits its annual high, Landscape HQ is still in full sw...

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