Collins and Turner are delighted to be have been appointed to help the iconic and celebrated hospitality venue, Cafe Sydney upgrade two of their spectacular restaurant spaces. Concept designs for the Lounge Bar and Private Dining Room are complete, and construction is due to be complete mid-year.
Construction is well underway and due for completion in May for our University of Newcastle project. The project is in collaboration with Geyer and JMD Design, works include an upgrade to the Mathematics Faculty and campus entry. The 75sqm cafe pavilion is a central focus within a series of upgraded landscape spaces adjacent to the faculty. The shell forms will support a lightweight green roof.
We recently entered the competition for the 4-6 Bligh Street Hotel tower, a very enjoyable collaboration with our friends at PTW Architects and March Studio. Our entry takes inspiration from Sydney’s greatest natural asset – the coastal sandstone cliff forms and natural and man made pools at the cities water edges.
We’re excited to announce that Barangaroo House is a finalist for the second annual Surface Travel Awards in the Hospitality category. The awards celebrate the year’s best spaces and places at the intersection of travel and design.
Barangaroo house received a High Commendation at the 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards hosted in Melbourne this month. A big congratulations to the team at Collins and Turner, H+E Architects and Etic.
Barangaroo House took out the prize for Best Timber Cladding at the Timber Design Awards this month. The 3 storey hospitality venue features 42mm acetylated treated concentric timber dowels which wrap around the building as a façade. Individually steam bent into shape, and charred, creating a unique façade with rich dark appearance and low maintenance needs. Subtle imperfections in the timber lend a softer, warmer nature to the built form, in a precinct primarily dominated by glass and aluminium.
We are very proud to announce that Barangaroo House received a Commercial Architecture Award at this year’s Australian Institute of Architects Awards NSW. Thank you to the jury, the AIA NSW and everyone who helped realise and deliver the project.
Honoured and thrilled to announce that Barangaroo House has won the Inde Design 2018 award in the Social Space category on Friday night. The awards celebrate the best architecture and design projects in the Asia-Pacific region. A sincere thank you to the jurors, our clients and the building team Lend Lease, as well as Solotel Group and all involved in the project. Thank you also GreenhilLi for representing the Collins and Turner team in Singapore. Read more about the event and other winners here.
We are delighted that Barangaroo House has been shortlisted in the commercial category of the AIA 2018 NSW awards. Winners are announced on July 6th.
The Barangaroo Guardian Early Learning Centre has received a commendation in the Public Design category at the 2018 Australian Interior Design Awards on Friday evening. Thank you to everyone on the project team who brought this fantastic project to fruition. Read more about the project here.
We are excited to announce that 5 Sam Sing Street has won the award for the best Multi Residential Exterior at the 2018 Dulux Colour Award. The project was a collaboration with environastudio and started as a City of Sydney Design Excellence competition for developers JQZ in 2013. Read more about the project here.
We are very excited that the Barangaroo House building has been shortlisted for the social space category of the 2018 INDE awards for the Asia Pacific region.
The INDE.Awards are organised and presented by Indesign Media Asia Pacific with the intent of recognising the Asia Pacific region’s most progressive design and architecture on a global stage. The INDE.Awards are the new benchmark for design accolades across the diverse and dynamic Asia Pacific region, assessing designers and designs on the region’s own terms, not the terms of the world’s other design centres.
We are delighted that Waterloo Youth Centre for Weave has been selected as one of 15 projects to be exhibited at the Australian pavilion at this years Venice Architecture Biennale. Entitled Repair, the exhibition is being curated by Baracco Wright Architects in collaboration with artist Linda Tegg. The installation will highlight the importance of environmental rehabilitation in architectural practice. Each of the works will be presented in high definition video in a setting which includes a grassland installation comprising 10,000 plants representing 65 endangered species from across Australia.
The Development Application for the refurbishment and partial rebuild of Denman Memorial Hall located in the Upper Hunter Valley was lodged this week. The refurbished hall will act as a multi-purpose arts and performance space, capable of providing flexible space to suit a wider range of community uses, including performing arts, theatre, live music and cinema, as well as local festivals such as the Hunter Valley Wine and Food Fair.
Construction for our project for LionCo and Mantle Group at the Overseas Passenger Terminal is well underway. The microbrewery pod formwork has been finalised and ready for a concrete pour this week.
Read more about the project here.
Barangaroo House opened to the public just before Christmas. House Bar on the ground floor and Smoke rooftop bar are great spots to watch the sunset over the harbour. Bea fine dining restaurant on the middle floor includes a diverse menu utilising native Australian ingredients designed by chefs Cory Campbell and executive chef Matt Moran. Our favourite dish is simply called chocolate and caramel, and it is shaped like a miniature version of the building.
Read more about the project here