Dr Andrew MacKenzie

Honorary Senior Lecturer

2021- Associate Professor and Campus Director Vanuatu University of the South Pacific

2016-present Honorary Senior Lecturer and research Fellow ANU Fenner School

2014-2016 Head of Discipline - Design and Architecture University of Canberra

2013-2014 Course director for bachelor of Design (majors in Landscape Architecture, Industrial design, Interior Architecture- University of Canberra

2010-2018 Senior Lecturer Landscape Architecture, University of Canberra

2003-2009 Lecturer Landscape Architecture University of Canberra

2002-2003 Landscape Architect JEA and associates

2001-2002 Teacher Landscape design and construction Canberra Institute of Technology Horticulture College

1989-2001 Managing Director MacKenzie Landscapes Pty Ltd

2006 - Registered landscape architect Australian Institute of Landscape Architects no. 01393

Research interests

Areas of expertise

  • Landscape Architecture
  • Land Use And Environmental Planning

Researcher's projects

2020 Understanding Metropolitan Landscapes (Routledge) 

https://www.routledge.com/Understanding-Metropolitan-Landscapes-1st-Edit...

2018 Vanuatu Strategic Tourism Action Plan- Management Plan for the Port Vila Seafront including Feiawa and Fatumaru Bay Parks. 

https://tourism.gov.vu/assets/docs/plans/PVSeafrontManagementPlanFinalReportForPublicationV3Feb2018.pdf

2016 - Mackenzie, A., Hinton, S., Wu, H., Sun, E. (2016) Crossing the River. In AILA short film festival Anthroposcene. October 2016, Canberra.

 https://vimeo.com/196515003

2014- Report into the National Capital Open Space System. National Capital Authority, Australian Government Printer.

https://www.nca.gov.au/planning-and-heritage/policy-and-strategy/planning-policy-review/national-capital-open-space-0

2013 MacKenzie, A. Decompacting the City. In Canberra Odyssey 2113. Curated by Dale Middleby Canberra Museum and Gallery, 13 July-3 November 2013.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMCcIj31G20&t=278s

  • MacKenzie, A & Gibbons, P 2019, 'Enhancing Biodiversity in Urban Green Space; An Exploration of the IAD Framework Applied to Ecologically Mature Trees', Urban Science, vol. 3, no. 4.
  • MacKenzie, A, Pearson, L & Pearson, C 2018, 'A framework for governance of public green spaces in cities', Landscape Research, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 444-457.
  • MacKenzie, A 2017, 'Planning for the redevelopment after a fire event', International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 344-356.
  • MacKenzie, A, Muminovic, M, Oerlemans, K 2017, The intentional use of learning technologies to improve learning outcomes in studio', The Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 47-63pp. https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.jpblhe.v0i0.1558
  • Hocking, V & MacKenzie, A 2016, 'A Design-Led Approach for Enabling Collective Imagining of Sustainable Urban Futures', in Leshinsky, R., Legacy, C. (ed.), Instruments of Planning: Tensions and Challenges for More Equitable and Sustainable Cities, Routledge, USA, pp. 105-116.
  • Headon, D & MacKenzie, A, eds, 2013, Canberra Red: Stories from the bush capital, Allen & Unwin, Crow's Nest.
  • MacKenzie, A 2009, 'Recovering suburbia: An analysis of sururban form - post fire redevelopment', State of Australian Cities: National Conference 2009, ed. Conference Program Committee, Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd, Perth, pp. 1-25.