The comprehensive restoration, repair and upgrade of the historic Shrine, the memorial galleries, the parkland and monuments of Anzac Square.
The new Warrumbungle Visitor Centre dramatically responds to the landscape setting and cultural heritage of Warrumbungle National Park. This new facility replaces the original Visitor Centre, lost to bushfires in January 2013.
Commissioned to acknowledge and celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of Sydney’s Taronga Zoo, the Centenary Theatre promotes the significant and broad ranging work of the Taronga Conservation Society Australia. The 160-seat capacity theatre was conceived as a building in the round, prominent from all sides.
A positive and lasting transformation of an iconic civic building providing additional courtrooms and a new integrated registry.
Inner West Council has replaced the outdated existing Library with a new facility for use by the growing population of Dulwich Hill.
The fitout of a new library and community hub at No.2 Conder Street, Burwood provided an exciting opportunity to contribute to a vital community facility and revitalise a former council building located on the edge of the busy Burwood commercial and civic precinct.
Australian & New Zealand School of Government / National Security College Building (ANZSOG/NSC) is Australasia's flagship school of government, dedicated to promoting outstanding public sector leadership and policy.
The new public spaces for the Museum of Brisbane are located on the Adelaide Street sides of Level 3, in place of the ad-hoc additions which formerly housed the child care centre and former staff gymnasium.
The Brisbane City Hall was rededicated on 6 April 2013 after a comprehensive restoration program to conserve its significant spaces and fabric, to rectify its structural, fire and life safety deficits and to re-equip it for its role as the focus for Brisbane’s civic, cultural, and social events.
This major $30m project comprised the upgrading of services throughout the building to ensure compliance with contemporary standards. Works included improved egress, fire safety, power and new mechanical services plus a new underground archive and commercial kitchen.
The Sydney Conservatorium is comprised of three elements - Verbrugghen Hall in the courtyard of the refurbished Greenway Stables building, the new terraced buildings surrounding this colonial centrepiece, and a dramatic three storey foyer linking old and new.
Designed for Urbangrowth NSW as part of a major Masterplan and mixed-use subdivision, the new building provides multi functional community facilities and public amenities.
Tempe House was constructed in the 1830s for A B Spark of Tusculum, Potts Point as a picturesque rural retreat overlooking the Cook's River.
TKD Architects were approached by Waverley Council to design a new lifeguard facility for Tamarama Beach, in order to improve public amenity and safety.
This project integrates the existing Eaglevale Leisure Centre & Pool facility with a new branch library, internet cafe and a council 'one-stop-shop'. The combination of these facilities has created a very popular community centre within the Campbelltown region.
This project for the reworking of Customs House at Circular Quay in Sydney was a collaboration between a number of architects - PTW coordinating the overall project with Tanner Kibble Denton Architects to redesign the colonnade and public square
The Canberra Glassworks is an adaptation of the former Kingston Powerhouse, Canberra's oldest permanent building. With a prominent position in the Kingston Foreshore redevelopment on the southern edge of Lake Burley Griffin, the building is now an access centre for glass artists.
This project for a new cultural arts centre reflects the progressive and innovative cultural works being produced in the Campbelltown community.
Brush Farm House, Eastwood was completed around 1816 for the free settler Gregory Blaxland. Blaxland was a merchant, agriculturalist and pastoralist prominent in the affairs of the colony.
Mount Stromlo Observatory is home to the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics and is a part of the Australian National University. The Observatory is culturally significant for the history of scientific research on the site and as one of the oldest federal institutions in the ACT.