Client: Australian War Memorial
Architect: Lyons Architecture
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Canberra, ACT
Software: MS Project
The CEW Bean Building extension will offer more space to house the Museum’s extensive archives. It will also allow consolidation of operational and administrative functions that currently take place in the main building, thus freeing up space in the main building for gallery content.
The extension and refurbishment will occur to the east and to the south of the existing building, aligning with the forecourt in front of Poppy’s Café.
A new world-class research centre will be integrated into the CEW Bean Building to provide efficient and secure access to the National Collection and reference materials, as well as offering visitors welcoming, light-filled spaces.
Client: Pontiac Land Group
Architect: Make Architects
Location: Circular Quay, NSW
The Sandstone Precinct involves the redevelopment of two prominent Government owned sandstone buildings in Sydney's Circular Quay to deliver a 6 star luxury hotel. Both buildings are listed on the State Heritage Register.
The Lands Building was constructed between 1876-1892 and features four main levels with a clock tower and roof above.
The Education Building was constructed between 1912-1930 and has been occupied by the Department of Education since its establishment, and has a long association with the public life of NSW.
Client: Scentre Group and Cbus Property
Architect: Fjmt Architects
Location: Sydney, NSW
77 Market Street has been the home of Sydney's David Jones' flagship department store since 1938 and is now set to be refurbished and transformed into a luxury contemporary precinct.
On completion, the redeveloped 77 Market Street site will comprise of luxury retail space integrated with Westfield Sydney. In addition, Cbus Property will convert the balance of the existing building to provide quality office space and develop a luxury residential tower above, overlooking Hyde Park.