An over-station development that integrates the new metro station with retail, commercial, community and residential uses. It will provide new public domain, pedestrian connections, greater transport options and space for cultural and community facilities.
Thoughtfully designing a person’s experience within a space can elicit feelings and memories. TURNER Experiential showcases various projects – from wayfinding and place branding, through to public art.
The place branding and public art of Bay Central are proposed to enhance the user experience.
A site-specific piece of public art, located at the entrance to Highline Westmead. The artwork represents the history of the site as St Vincent's Boys' Home, and reflects the story of the boys to the present and future times.
The public art concept for the Illoura Place precinct has been thoughtfully designed to create a place for the community to gather and connect.
This public artwork references the history of this site as NSW Leather Co. and is impactful for both residents and passers-by alike.
Aniss Adler is an Associate Director at Turner and head of Experiential Design. The sector offers Place Branding, Wayfinding and Public Art.
A vibrant mixed-use village in the heart of Macquarie Park, providing a publicly-accessible plaza, supporting retail and a sequence of new roads and pedestrian links for the wider community.