This video is in response to the latest NSW Government Plans for the demolition of the significant collection of the Bicentenary architecture in Darling Harbour, Sydney. It is the first of a series of short films documenting the award-winning buildings. To show your support for their retention, visit savethecentres.com.au and sign the petition.
Filmed by Susanne Chan
Soundtrack by Sungtae Kim, "A Lone Sailor"
Building upon the success of their award winning North Melbourne Station, the team at Cox Melbourne have delivered a triptych of sculptural station buildings that comprise the new South Morang rail line extension. This video captures each of the three new stations is use - at Epping, Thomastown and South Morang. One of the core objectives of the design team was to introduce community plazas at each station in response to the need for new public open spaces along Melbourne’s northern growth corridor.
We have put together this time lapse video showcasing the Manuka Oval Sport Lighting in action. We hope you enjoy it, and feel free to share it around.
Congratulations to all involved in the delivery of this joint Federal and ACT Government project – it is a great outcome. Cox Architecture has been delighted to contribute and to work with excellent clients, stakeholders, consultants and contractors.
Victoria University, Footscray Nicholson Learning Commons.
The innovative response to the brief allowed for an economic and efficient transformation of an existing structure. Cutting of the existing waffle slab was carefully considered within the parameters of the structural system to create double height with a minimum of new support. The existing roof is opened with a vast skylight which illuminates the length of lane with natural light.
The Commons Lane provides an address for each of the campus services and a public realm owned by the students, while maintaining a cohesive identity for the space overall and a legibility that communicates with the diverse student cohort.
The Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct is one of the anchor projects of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Agency's (CERA) city Recovery Plan. It is also the first major public building to be built in Christchurch by the government since the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. Its location will play a critical role in defining the southern edge of a more compact and vibrant city centre.