Positioned at the threshold to the parklands to the south and west, Willow delivers 323 apartments, as well as a podium lagoon pool, and flexible community spaces.
This mid-rise residential development in Queensland takes cues from the beachside locale with soft and flowing forms and a coastal palette of colours and materials.
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.
A new state-of-the-art entertainment destination, featuring a world-class conference centre, Warami community centre and Pullman Penrith, Western Sydney's first five-star hotel.
Penrith's first five-star hotel, which adjoins Western Sydney Conference Centre, features premium suites, a wellness centre, and a restaurant and bar.
The branding for the Western Sydney Conference Centre and the adjoining Warami Community Centre has been specifically designed to represent the new world-class entertainment and hospitality destination.
A short distance from Epping train station, Beecroft Road is a mixed-use precinct that will be a catalyst for urban renewal in the area.
This student accommodation proposal responds to the evolving local character of Anzac Parade, creating a community for students and locals alike.
An activated mixed use precinct in Castle Hill featuring residential, retail, commercial and open communal spaces for current and future communities.
A curated collection of luxury apartments nestled in a peaceful, treelined cul-de-sac in the heart of Castle Hill.
A mixed use precinct with modern residences, exciting retail, open green spaces and close proximity to Sydney metro and world-class public transport.
34 Hassall Street is a mixed-use development will cater to Parramatta’s growing population, with more than 600 apartments, shops, workplaces, and green spaces.
This mixed-use precinct seeks to be something different and unusual, a collection of playful buildings inspired by the simple artworks of ceramicist Bruce Rowe.
Part of a wider masterplan for this strategic site, Lot 4 is a build to rent project, providing approximately 360 apartments with high-level amenities and services.
Merrylands Court (now known as Mason & Main) will contribute to the revitalisation of the Town Centre, offering well-connected living, communal amenities and a dynamic, activated ground-plane.
Adressing an urgent need for social housing in Liverpool - Bigge Street delivers high quality and cost-effective design simultaneously.
Social housing showcasing the possibility of providing high-quality and cost-effective affordable design outcomes simultaneously.
The building houses three uses - Food & Beverage retail premises, a boarding house and a luxury hotel with a public space 'The Cloud'.
A luxury resort in the Blue Mountains, surrounded by national parklands and containing 40 villas, a homestead building, gym, spa, stables and tennis courts.
The new civic heart for the emerging suburb of Melrose Park. Currently an isolated industrial precinct, the urban renewal project will create a fully mixed-use community with retail, residential and commercial spaces.
The two residential towers of Park One adopt a clear and legible design approach, with a strong connection to landscape and evocative curved forms.
Phase One of the UWS Westmead Precinct, Highline provides a high-amenity residential development on the doorstep of Sydney's largest health, medical, education and transport hubs.
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.
This residential development is a direct response to both the historical context and future desired character of the Rouse Hill area.
Holding the corner position adjacent to Redfern Station, Col James is part of the Pemulwuy precinct, offering accommodation for local, international, and First Nation students.
An urban oasis for over 70s, where wellbeing comes first and social interactions are woven into the fabric of the community.
A unique residential precinct that blends private and build to rent affordable housing options to give back to the wider community in the growing Sydney suburb of Miranda.
Blending private and build to rent essential worker housing that gives back to the wider community, with an emphasis on space, finishes and detail.
The place branding of Meridian echoes the architectural form, inspired by the contours of the site, and the fluid lines of the surrounding environment.
An environmental graphic system that enhances learning spaces to inspire students.
Colossus of Rhodes is a mixed-use proposal, activated by a vibrant public domain and retail offering. The otherwise rectangular form of the tower features a distinctive 5-storey cut-out.
Boronia Apartments are in the heart of Waterloo, providing affordable housing for residents on very low to moderate incomes in inner Sydney.
In the heart of Parramatta, this proposal brings together workplace, a luxury hotel and retail components.
The masterplan represents the next stage of the Wentworth Point urban renewal program, providing a vibrant mixed use precinct on the riverside site.
The first stage of the Sanctuary Masterplan, The Landing features apartment living that celebrates the riverside location of Wentworth Point. The strong connection between architecture and landscape reinforced the theme of "one with nature".
The interiors of Sanctuary Phase 1, offer high-quality design and materiality choices, reflective of it's riverside location.
The wayfinding system of Sanctuary Phase 1 references Kintsugi design. The result is a refined, sophisticated visual language that informs and directs residents.
The second stage of The Orchards development in Norwest, offering exceptional apartments, grounded in a strong connection to nature.
The apartments of Lumia offer exceptional quality finishes and design features that are underpinned by sustainability initiatives and a connection to nature.
The ESQ masterplan will be delivered over five stages with waterfront dining and retail, contemporary residents and resort-style amenities such as the lagoon pool.
Effortless luxury living for the modern resident featuring elegant finishes, communal entertainment spaces and resident-only wellness club.
A precinct that will be a catalyst for rejuvenation, a case study for future development within Marrickville, and a driver for local business and employment.