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lahznimmo architects were awarded this commission through a short listed paid competition process. The brief for the project was to create a generic amenities building, which could be built throughout the Park with minimal adaptation. The first stage of the project involved the design of the generic facility and the construction of two buildings with a further three being completed in a second stage. The design strategy involved creating a linear landscape driven building which could adhere to existing pathway systems or act as a backdrop to the landscape beyond. The male and female program was divided into two pavilions linked by a roof. The washbasins are externalized and located also in this central communal space providing a unique experience for the user to wash their hands whilst looking out to the Park.
Client: Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust
Project Value: $3.75 Mil (5 Buildings)
Awards: 2006 Public Architecture Award AIA NSW Chapter • 2008 Randwick City Urban Design Award