Tag: Adaptive re-use
Preliminary designs by Fender Katsalidis have been revealed for the redevelopment of a part of central Hobart that includes the historic Odeon Theatre as a new “cultural precinct.”
In Sydney’s Chippendale, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer has transformed a two-storey former glass factory into purpose-built offices that take cues from their early-twentieth-century past.
Perth-based Arcadia Design Studio has reimagined a historic former synagogue in Fremantle into a cluster of bars and restaurants.
The heritage-listed former Newcastle courthouse will be transformed into a English language school for Japanese exchange students.
A childcare centre has opened inside the former South Sydney Hospital in the rapidly growing Green Square precinct of inner-eastern Sydney.
Ola Studio, an Australian practice with offices in Melbourne and Paris, has won a competition to design a public pavilion for a revitalised Pentridge Prison precinct in Melbourne.
The caretakers of a disused munitions store are seeking tenants to reactivate the site, with possibilities for its adaptive reuse and architectural intervention.
Inaccessible to the public for more than 140 years, a former naval facility would be transformed under a proposal by Lahznimmo and Aspect Studios.
Is MVRDV’s“sky garden” Seoul’s answer to New York’s High Line or a “giant marketing stunt” derived from a process of “shape throwing”? Landscape Australia editor Ricky Ray Ricardo paid a visit.
Jillian Walliss visits Philadelphia’s 1,200-acre urban development that is committed to smart energy innovation and sustainability.
The annual Perth forum – 3 Over 4 Under – focuses in 2013 on revitalizing disused city spaces.
Wrightson Stewart Interior Design turn an old woolstore apartment into a tailored bachelor pad.
A once inaccessible Sydney site is repurposed by Hassell as an environmentally sensitive community space.
A Brisbane craft brewery fitout by James Cubitt Architects.
The adaptive reuse of materials allows for the retrieval of lost spaces in the creation of new ones.
The Willoughby Incinerator by Walter Burley Griffin and Eric Nicholls is adapated as an artist’s studio, gallery and café.