Steve Hammond Principal
Steven has over 15 years’ experience in landscape architecture with a project focus on the public domain that ranges from strategic to detailed design, documentation and realisation.
It has been a driving agenda for the project that the Shell Cove Waterfront Precinct become a destination for the local and wider community as much as the new residents living in the centre. In order to achieve this, we ensured that the public domain offered a rich and layered authentic place. Working from the master plan stages through to documentation and delivery, we explored ways to bring the sense of place as a waterfront urban village throughout the precinct.
The Shell Cove Waterfront Precinct encompasses the entire boat harbour and connects the town centre to surrounding beaches, the breakwater and the harbour entry. The public domain provides the forum for everyday life as well as the opportunities for social gatherings and public celebrations. In Shell Cove, the public domain brings together the town centre, promenade and boardwalks, jetties, waterfront parklands and nearby beaches. All these places provide diverse ways to access and connect to the water edge.
The vibrant Town Centre includes a supermarket, markets and cafés as well as a community centre and library, with outdoor spaces for gathering, relaxing, exercise and play. The outcome for the project is the creation of a unique place which celebrates urban living on the Australian coast.
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We acknowledge First Nations peoples and their continuing connection to land, waters and culture, because we strongly believe in reconciliation and collaborative engagement for a better future. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge, traditions and stories guide custodianship on what will always be their ancestral lands.Enter Site