2014 is turning out to be a huge year for multi-residential construction. A few major architecture companies largely dominate this scene, with a few rather interesting creative developers too. Below are the main ones going up this year.
2014 is a huge year for Sydney glitz and glam.
A number of old icons are being razed for new icons. Each one of the below buildings are world class.
Farewell to Cox's Conference Centre and Exhibition Centre (and the monorail...). Off to the great white elephant graveyard in the sky.
Here are pictures of the winning scheme for the new two 53-storey office towers, designed by Sydney firm Johnson Pilton Walker, will be built as part of the Parramatta Square redevelopment in the CBD.
I think that they look hugely like the Central Park development in the city at Broadway.
Funny ways of looking at our great town.
Wow, I mean very nice, obviously. The Germans in the office swan around speaking of “European architecture”- obviously, the towers at Central Park are just boxes covered with gimicks, but wonderfully done. Quite an oasis from an otherwise chaotic part of the city. Above we see the main residentail tower (Jean Nouvel?) with its fantastic
FJMT continue on their winning streak with this ultra-industrial gleaming alpolic and sandstone clad structure.
Modernist Brutalism is coming back in, fat camp style.
180 Thomas Street is a very nicely designed small office building. -built diagonally opposite the new UTS Gehry building on the old goods line viaduct (our local version of the NY Highline). -in a very dynamic part of the city fringe near Central and Chinatown and the university precinct. -expressive facade with a glass external lift
There are half a dozen fantastic projects going up within half a mile of Central Station. Here are some recent update pictures (changing rapidly…) 01. Central Park That heliport still amazes me every time I walk past it. And the greenery growing on the walls. Talk about smoke and mirrors. However, it does work to
Image submitted by reader. Just one image of the fourth entry in the design competition for the Barangaroo Casino and Hotel has been published. It is believed to be from an Australian design firm of international standing but the details are yet to be released. The design has been embraced by Sydney architects as an