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Tony Caro Architects

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Altitude Apartments, 330 Church Street, Parramatta
Architect: Tony Caro for Meriton
53 levels. Meriton (wow...)
P6 Pay Station, Sydney Olympic Park

Looking south along Rothschild Avenue from intersect with Epsom Road. On the left is Meriton's "Valentino Place" by Tony Caro Architects (I think) and on the right is "Coda" (originally called "Rose") by Stanisic Associates.
View of intersection from Joynton Avenue with Valentino Place (W face on Rothschild) and Coda (N face on Epsom).
Valentino Place, cnr Epsom Rd & Rothschild Ave, Rosebery.
Architect: (attrib.) Tony Caro Architects with The Usual Meritonisation carried out by Meriton in-house 'persons'.

Silk Distillery Hill Residential Tower, Pyrmont Point

This project is part of a major re-development of industrial land at Pyrmont Point, immediately to the west of the Sydney Central Business District. The site is planned to incorporate seven residential towers of approximately 20 floors each, all with excellent northern outlook to Sydney Harbour and the Bridge. The project is presently in design development.

Tony Caro graduated from NSWIT with Honours and the University Medal in
1980. He completed post graduate studies (M.B.Env.) at UTS in 1995.

He was an associate in the internationally renowned practice Harry Seidler and
Associates for twelve years, being involved in the design of many major city
and urban architectural projects.

In 1995 he established a new design practice in Sydney, to focus upon a wider
range of architectural and urban design projects driven by the dual contexts of
urbanism and environmentally responsible design as key determinants of form.

The practice is emerging as a focused, design-oriented team with a track record
of delivering diverse, quality outcomes to a wide range of clients. Recent
achievements in both architectural and urban design awards programs and
competitions attest to this capability.

He is an advocate of the benefits of maintaining a role in education as a critical
adjunct to formal architectural practice. He completed a Masters of the Built
Environment at UTS in 1993, and continues to teach architectural design at the
University in a part-time capacity.