Yearly Archives: 2016

The Calyx at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney – ...

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Sustainability, flexibility and inspiration were the three requirements captured, created and delivered by PTW Architects – the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney’s lead architect firm who designed the Garden’s 200th birthday masterpiece, The Calyx. Unveiled on Saturday 11 June to coincide with the Garden’s birthday, The Calyx (pron. kal-iks, def. ‘The outermost whorl of flowers’) is… Read more »

PTW Architects wins Cumberland Newspaper site desi...

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Internationally respected architecture firm PTW Architects, in association with award-winning practice Collins and Turner and landscape architects McGregor Coxall, have had their competition design for one of Sydney’s most iconic sites – the former Cumberland Newspapers headquarters, located at 142 Macquarie Street, Parramatta selected by an independent design jury. This gateway site by Dyldam sits… Read more »

The Fifth Estate | Innovation in affordable housin...

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We can all learn from the wealth of wisdom and range of solutions in the model affordable and social housing of the past 100 years. Discover more in our opinion piece:  www.thefifthestate.com.au

Chinese Group Launches New York Styled Apartment P...

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North Sydney will get its own taste of New York lifestyle with a stunning new residential project – The Miller. Designed by world renowned architects PTW, the designers of the famous Water Cube Aquatic facility for the 2008 Beijing Olympics as well as Sydney’s Barangaroo, The Miller is the first residential project by the Yuhu… Read more »

Indigenous Summer School Programme

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Angus Stevens and Mona Chao from our Sydney office were fortunate enough to be involved with the Indigenous Summer School Programme at the University of Sydney. This programme encourages year 11 and 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to pursue a career in architecture by way of a design exercise. The students learned some of the… Read more »