In partnership with some incredible architects, we’re very excited to be recognised by the state’s architecture body, the Australian Institute of Architects Awards NSW, for three projects.

Pictured are our proud winners –  Prince Alfred Park Pool, Eternity Playhouse and Foley Park.

Prince Alfred Park Pool: In partnership with Neeson Murcutt Architects, the facility claimed the state’s oldest public architecture prize, the Sir John Sulman Medal. It also just took out the prestigious Australia Award for Urban Design for its clever blend of architecture, landscape and design
Prince Alfred Park Pool
Prince Alfred Park Pool
Eternity Playhouse: In partnership with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, the project transformed an old Baptist church into a 200-seat theatre. The project won the Greenway Award for Heritage Architecture
Eternity Playhouse: In partnership with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, the project transformed an old Baptist church into a 200-seat theatre. The project won the Greenway Award for Heritage Architecture
Eternity Playhouse: In partnership with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, the project transformed an old Baptist church into a 200-seat theatre. The project won the Greenway Award for Heritage Architecture
Foley Park: Together with Stanic Harding architects, the project took out the Robert Woodward Award in the Small Project Architecture category for its expanded accessibility and sustainability features
Foley Park Amenities

The City’s Design Director, Bridget Smyth (pictured) was awarded the Marion Mahony Griffin Prize for her commitment to improving the city as a place for people. The award was established to acknowledge a female architect for a distinctive body of work. Read more about Bridget and the prize.

Alongside great staff and a well-credentialed design advisory panel, the City has a design excellence policy that requires developers to deliver innovative architecture and pursue these values through our own design of public space.

 

 

 

 

 

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