Yearly Archives: 2018

Sydney Open 2018

PTW Architects welcomed over 600 visitors to our level 11 Aurora Place office for Sydney Open 2018. Throughout Sunday 5 November, a steady stream of visitors, inclusive of families, tourists, students, clients, professional colleagues and Sydneysiders explored our workplace setting. Models and drawings were of interest, both contemporary and historical projects, as well as conversations… Read more »

Congratulations Fenglin Wang and George Tamer

PTW congratulates Fenglin Wang and George Tamer on their successful completion of the Architectural Practice Examination (APE) which entitles them to enrol as an Architect with the NSW Architects Registration Board. PTW Architects supports and encourages Graduate of Architecture and Project Professional employees to become registered Architects. Fenglin and George join 24 NSW registered Architect… Read more »

Sydney Open 2018

PTW Architects welcomes Sydney Open 2018 visitors to four iconic Sydney projects which demonstrate the firm’s depth of contribution to the making of city buildings. These include: The King Street Courts Complex, 30 The Bond and the Masonic Building. In particular, we welcome you to our PTW-designed office at Aurora Place to experience it’s contemporary… Read more »

2018 Sydney Open ‘Newest Office’ Featu...

Thank you to contributing writer, Jenny Brown and www.commercialrealestate.com.au for including the PTW Studio in your 2018 Sydney Open ‘newest office’ feature. For more info: https://www.commercialrealestate.com.au/news/sydney-open-to-show-off-the-newest-office-buildings-and-some-other-classics/ Photo Credit: Murray Fredericks

Building our Global City – UDIA Conference

The UDIA NSW State Conference was held on Thursday 18 October with conference sessions providing insights on ‘Building our Global City’. PTW Executive Director, Diane Jones brought to life this theme by discussing liveable density and its pathway to the 21st century living. This was followed by a panel discussion, moderated by the AFR’s Su-Lin… Read more »

Driving Innovation and Vitality in Architecture, E...

Project: Vessel, Hudson Yards, New York Architects Heatherwick Studio Image credit: Forbes Massie Studio https://lnkd.in/g8jCzys For time lapse video of construction: https://lnkd.in/g6j8vnt – Visiting Sydney from New York, Thomas Scarangello (Chairman) and Ray Daddazio (President) of the global engineering practice Thornton Tomasetti shared their insights on how the firms’ commitment to innovation and partnership advances… Read more »

Living Infrastructure Talk

Living Infrastructure System ‘One Central Park’ Ateliers Jean Nouvel – Design Architect PTW Architects – Local Collaborating Architect Client: Frasers Property – A lively group of Landscape Architects, Architects and Industry Contractors, Academics and Students attended an insightful discussion on how to advance Living Infrastructure intentions and policies for buildings and cities. Moderated by Jess… Read more »

A+U Sustainability in Australia

The September 2018 issue of the international architectural journal A+U is themed Sustainability in Australia and features a rich diversity of typology and styles of architecture that were included in the Universal Principles / Unique Projects exhibition. Organised by Wendy Lewin, Maryam Gusheh and Tom Heneghan with the Australian Embassy in Japan, the exhibition was… Read more »

Viettel R&D Centre shortlisted for IDEA Award...

We are honoured to announce that Viettel R&D Centre, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam has been shortlisted in the International category of the 2018 Interior Design Excellence Awards, and would like to thank all the team at Niche Media and the judges involved. We are thrilled to have this follow our win for Best Office Interior… Read more »

2018 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards

PTW is delighted to announce that St Basil’s Randwick is the winner of the Seniors Living/Retirement Development Award at the 2018 Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Awards. The project comprises a vibrant mixed-use community with 79 retirement living units ranging from one to three bedrooms, a 113 room residential care facility and a range of community… Read more »