Yearly Archives: 2023

Bradfield Central Park

We are thrilled to part of the Aspect Studios led team appointed to design the green heart for Bradfield City Centre in Western Sydney.

Our team’s competition winning proposal envisages a city park that embodies the natural beauty of the Cumberland Plain. The park will give form to the identity of Bradfield as it develops in tandem with Western Sydney International Airport, providing a place of respite and recreation for an emerging community.

Announced this week by Western Parkland City Authority, the winning team includes Baramadagal woman of Dharug Country Jayne Christian, curatorial collaborator Emily McDaniel from the Wiradjuri Nation, artist Janet Laurence, structural engineers Eckersley O’Callaghan , ESD consultants Atelier Ten and lighting designer Steensen Varming. 


Queenscliff house development approval

Development consent has been received this week for alterations and additions to an existing three-story house at Pavilion Street in Queenscliff on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

The project re-imagines a 1980s-built dwelling and incorporates a series of changes that improve access to the house, as well as significantly improve both it’s presentation and the amenity of the owners.

The house has a spectacular location, circa 75m above a direct cliff drop to Queenscliff Bay, with views north across the bay and east to the ocean horizon.

Construction is due to commence in Q3 2024.

Upper Hunter Innovation Centre | Grand Opening

“This building is a perfect encapsulation of Muswellbrook, it’s an act of respect for your heritage that simultaneously looks ahead to the future”

The Donald Horne building at the Hunter Innovation Precinct in Muswellbrook was yesterday opened by the Prime Minister Anthony Albanese MP, Federal member for Hunter New England Dan Repacholi MP, State member for the Upper Hunter Dave Layzell MP and the Mayor of Muswellbrook Steve Reynolds.

The building is a key component of the planned transformation of Muswellbrook into a future focussed regional centre for the Upper Hunter. It contains the STEM innovation lab along with The Melt – one of Australia’s first Industrial prototyping labs and startup accelerators – supporting STEM training at the precinct, both in-house as well as delivered via programs in local schools.

The new building is connected by a glass bridge to Loxton House and is next door to Weidmann Cottage, both of which are State …Read more.