Established in 2014, LAUD ink is a practice that draws upon skills from landscape architecture, urban design, town planning and visual arts to facilitate responsive and collaborative design outcomes and solutions for our clients.

We underpin our outcomes for each project on application of our skills and knowledge in a range of fields including project management, public art, community engagement, water sensitive urban design, and crime prevention through environmental design.


We have experience across a breadth of landscape architecture and urban design services.


To us, effective and meaningful design is borne out of an informed, co-operative and iterative design process, which challenges preconceptions and advances people’s engagement with their environment and with each other. We believe design should express and respond to the specific spatial and temporal context and represent current social values, as well as have the capacity to withstand and adapt to shifts in environmental, social, and economic circumstances.

Eleas Nicholaou

Urban Designer and Registered Landscape Architect AILA
  0413 552 955
  [email protected]
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Jane Hulme

Registered Landscape Architect AILA
  0403 929 554
  [email protected]
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Senior Landscape Architect

LAUD ink, Brisbane Queensland

We are currently seeking an experienced Senior Landscape Architect to join our Brisbane-based landscape architecture and urban design practice.

The position will support our team’s work in the areas of:

  • Urban design strategy and precinct master planning
  • Open space planning and park master planning
  • Landscape site design (site analysis, concept design, detail design documentation and construction phase services)
  • Landscape rehabilitation
  • Wayfinding and signage
  • Transport infrastructure and public realm

LAUD ink undertakes a diverse and interesting range of projects throughout Queensland and New South Wales, across both public and private sectors. We are a close team of dedicated landscape architects and have established a positive workplace culture for all team members. Our project outcomes are underpinned by a high level of ownership and well developed relationships with our team, clients and consultant partners.

Min. 8 – 10 year’s industry experience with tertiary qualification (AILA accredited degree) in landscape architecture.

AILA Registration desirable, however not essential.


To lead and assist with landscape design projects ranging from concept to detailed design documentation across a range of scales. Involves preparation of drawings, documentation and reports.

The core role includes and is not limited to:

  • Lead and manage landscape and urban design projects ranging from concept to detailed design documentation across a range of scales
  • Preparation of drawings, figures, specifications, schedules and reports
  • Undertake design and drafting Quality Assurance reviews on project deliverables
  • Assist LAUD ink Directors with mentoring of LAUD ink team
  • Liaise with suppliers, other consultants and clients regarding project specific issues
  • Coordination of sub consultants on multidisciplinary projects
  • As required, undertake research related to design projects such as Local Government standards, review and summary of policy / strategy documents, Australian Standards, other consultants reports
  • Attend site visits and project meetings with other LAUD ink team members, clients and/or other consultants
  • Undertake project construction phase services such as site inspections, works certification and liaison with contractors and builders
  • Provide assistance with bid and proposal preparation, as required

We are currently looking to employ a senior landscape architect on a permanent full time basis. Remuneration will be commensurate with the successful applicant’s level of experience.

Skills Required:
Applicants should demonstrate the following key skills:

  • Advanced competency in AutoCAD, MS Office and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience in 3D packages (Revit/Sketch Up) desirable
  • Proven ability to communicate ideas, issues, systems and procedures to a variety of audiences. Respectful, friendly and professional communication with other team members, consultants and clients is essential
  • Demonstrated understanding of landscape construction and materials, with a high level of attention to detail
  • Collaborative and proactive approach to project delivery and issues resolution
  • Ability to work as part of a team and autonomously, manage projects and multidisciplinary teams, and ensure their delivery
  • Time management – ability to exercise efficient judgement within constrained time scales and resources. As a consultancy, we require project work to be delivered as efficiently as possible

Application material required:
Please send for our consideration the following:

  1. Cover letter outlining how your experience addresses the key skills and responsibilities of the required role
  2. Resume/CV (including three referees)
  3. Portfolio (max.10MB file in size)

Contact: Eleas Nicholaou or Jane Hulme

E: [email protected] / [email protected]