Senior Landscape Architect

Hailing from the coastal part of the country, Bryan Tang had set his mind on doing nature-inspired landscapes. He particularly aims to be a practitioner who creates harmonious relationships between the land and the people. He believes the human touch and involvement in nature is crucial. A truly sustainable landscape design can be crafted when the designer truly and sincerely cares about the well-being of the environment. His true love is nature!

His experience varies from the preparation of large scale landscapes to masterplans. TRX Master Planning which includes detailed designs of the public realm and streetscape enhancement would be his latest project and he has worked on numerous award-winning projects across the nation.

As a student, he has already bagged numerous awards both locally and internationally. Another recent highlight is speaking at the RMIT University and RiX 30@30’s sharing session on his project approaches and design philosophy. He has also been invited as an external assessor for numerous universities.

His awards and achievements include :

2012 Second Runner Up in the Asia Pacific Biennial Design Award,China
2013 First Place in the Reinvent MIID 7Belas Design Category, Malaysia
2013 UCSI Certificate of Academic Excellent Award,Malaysia
2014 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize , Australia
2014 Hassell Travelling Scholarship- Robbin Edmond Award,Australia
2014 GHD Woodhead Landscape Architecture Award,Australia
2015 Deakin University Student of Excellent award,Australia
2015 Peer- reviewed publication in the Australasian Early Career Urban Research Network (AECURN), Shen siong, TANG: Jones, David . “The metamorphosis of Point Henry Geelong.” Replan Digest, Vol. Issues 4.
2015 Editorial coverage at the Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2015
2020 Publication in the Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd, shen siong, TANG: Jones, David. “‘Learning Country in Landscape Architecture – Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Respect and Appreciation” , 2020 (Illustration part)
2020 Publication in the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) webinar awards: Jones, David, Bryan S.S.Tang,
“ Recasting Terra Nullis Blindness: Empowering Indigenous Protocals and knowledge in Australian University Built Environment Education. Canberra, ACT.”(Illustration part)