Michael Nicholson has specialised in architectural and interior photography for over 25 years. Having obtained a degree in architecture, Michael has spent the last thirty years specializing in photographing buildings and interiors. His photographs aim to capture a sense of the “otherness” of places.
In this robust work of adaptive re-use, Peter Stutchbury Architecture has reached back into history to transform an ensemble of former hospital buildings in Sydney’s Green Square Town Centre into a dynamic public arts precinct.
A composition of stacked and shifted modules, this experimental but elegant house by Oser Fombertaux and Associates, completed in 1966, is emblematic of a European-inspired modernism that defined the architecture of postwar Sydney.