On Day two of Good Design Australia’s 2020 Good Design Week – a week dedicated to recognising and celebrating great design, the Carpe Diem project at International Towers has been announced as a category award winner for architectural interiors. From the juries citation: “This is a uniquely progressive, commercial working environment of small-scale tenancies, created to provide small, high-growth enterprises with a world-class, sustainably-designed workspace that enables flexibility, productive utilisation of resources and capital, higher levels of wellness and talent retention, and rare opportunities to collaborate and benefit from a highly-curated, vibrant ecosystem.” The project was completed in collaboration with Geyer design.
Yearly Archives: 2020
The Carpe Diem project at International Towers, Barangaroo has been awarded the People’s choice ‘Best of the Decade’ award for Indo Pacific workspace design at the 2020 Inde awards. This extraordinary achievement celebrates the creation of a unique workspace completed in 2019. Collins and Turner worked collaboratively with Robyn Lyndsey and the team at Geyer Design to bring to life a vision of a new generation of collaborative workspace. Carpe Diem is now home to organisations including the Green Building Council of Australia, RICS – Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and the Bangara Dance Company.
We are delighted that One Wingadal Place has been awarded a commendation in the 2020 NSW AIA Awards.
The project, completed in association with Jonathan Temple and James Stockwell received the following citation:
” This unique architectural collaboration has delivered a unified , creative outcome, imaginatively resolving a complex brief with an extremely difficult site in Point Piper. Maximising the occupants’ views and privacy, the six bedroom house nevertheless carefully preserves the neighbours’ views and resolves the steep transition to the water, gradually opening up and rotating the discrete two-directional harbour view. Copper is celebrated throughout as a unifying material, from the richly decorative copper ceiling that defines the main living pavilion to slim facade elements and a crafted copper stair”
We are delighted that the Carpe Diem project completed for International Towers in collaboration wth Geyer Design has been shortlisted for the workspace category of the 2020 AIDA awards.
Collins and Turner worked closely on the design of the Companionway – a spectacular social space that forms the central focus of the curated tenancy project.
A development application has been submitted for the construction of the second stage of the Tertiary Education centre at Muswellbrook in the Upper Hunter Valley.
The new building provides flexible laboratory and teaching space on a prominent site on Bridge Street. The project completes a grouping of buildings that includes two heritage items – Loxton House and Weidman Cottage, two of the oldest structures in the historic town.
As part of the works, Loxton House will be adaptively re-used with the conversion of the upper level into an innovation hub – providing flexible workspace for research, with the two buildings linked via a glazed bridge. A defining aspect of the project is the creation of a new covered pubic space that brings together the three structures, and creates an entry portico for the centre – an integral part of a wider plan to unify the education precinct with a series of new …Read more.
Collins and Turner and CO-AP’s competition proposal for the site at 903 Bourke Street envisages a grouping of buildings, characterised by a scaled, fine-grained response to the historic industrial buildings neighbouring at the former Sydney Water site in Waterloo.
Construction works are nearing completion at Bay View Street in Lavender Bay. A rich palette of natural materials gives form to the project which enjoys panoramic views towards North Sydney, Luna Park and the Harbour beyond.
A dusk photograph of Barangaroo House is included in the Sydney retrospective exhibition that celebrates over half a century of work of one of Australia’s most renowned photographers, John Gollings. The exhibition is on show at the Sydney Museum until April 2020.
Collins and Turner are delighted to have been appointed by City of Sydney as architects and lead consultants for the Huntley Street Recreation Centre project in Alexandria. On completion, the project will see the adaptive re-use of a former industrial warehouse into a new state of the art multi-sports facility and commercial office space along with a major new public space.