Kaylie Salvatori

Arcadia Landscape Architecture

With a belief that traditional Indigenous landscape management techniques, food systems and ecological knowledge are key in working towards sustainable food and textiles production and a fundamental component of Indigenous culture and agency, Kaylie seeks to advance the case for Indigenous collaboration and representation in landscape architecture and the built environment. Though a recent graduate of the UNSW Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program, Kaylie has been involved with some pioneering work in the industry, namely the Yerrabingin rooftop farm, an Aboriginal led and managed project that harvests Indigenous foods from a commercial inner-city rooftop in the South Eveleigh precinct. She has also been instrumental in incorporating Indigenous knowledge and modes of learning into the fundamental studio courses at UNSW.