Revy wins Excellence in Urban Renewal/Adaptive Re-use award

We are thrilled to announce that The REVY, one of Australia’s most iconic residential developments has won the Excellence in Urban Renewal/Adaptive Re-use award at the UDIA Crown Group Awards for Excellence 2020. Congratulations to Aqualand Australia and all of the project team involved in this adaptive reuse residential landmark and sincere thanks to UDIA for this exciting news. PTW worked with Aqualand Australia, Infinity Constructions Group Pty. Ltd. and the consultant project team to revitalise this unique building once known as Royal Edward Victualling Yard (REVY) on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour at 8 Darling Island Road, Pyrmont into 44 residences more

IDEA Awards 2020 - Institutional Interiors Shortlist

Another exciting announcement from the IDEA Interior Design Excellence Awards 2020 is that PTW has also been shortlisted in the Institutional Interiors category for Penrith Public School, NSW Department of Education. This project facilitates a new dynamic and optimistic environment for collaborative learning in an established school for students representing 32 nationalities in the Penrith region. Penrith Public School | | IDEA 2020 (idea-awards.com.au)

IDEA Awards 2020 - Workplace over 1000m2 shortlist

We are proud to announce that the Mounties Group Office refurbishment has been shortlisted for the Workplace over 1000m2 category in the IDEA Interior Design Excellence Awards 2020. This project communicates to both the staff and broader Mounties Group the high energy and collaborative nature of the working environment, reflective of the ‘connecting community’ vision.  Mounties Administrative Office Refurbishment | | IDEA 2020 (idea-awards.com.au)

Approval for PTW Architects-designed social club upgrade

The proposed renovation of Dooley's Catholic Club in Lidcombe has received development approval from the Cumberland Council, paving the way for the revitalisation project in the Lidcombe Town Centre. Designed by PTW Architects, the project will see a revitalised and extended two-storey podium to re-activate the public space. This textured and mostly permeable façade strongly connects with the pedestrian street frontage through a variety of food and beverage venues. More: https://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/news/approval-for-dooleys-catholic-club-upgrade

Lavender Blue Topping Off Ceremony

We celebrated an exciting milestone for Blue at Lavender Bay with the Topping Off ceremony, hosted by Aqualand Australia and joined by Jilly Gibson, Mayor of North Sydney Council, BG&E Engineering and CBRE Residential – Australia. As the architects and interior designers for this adaptive reuse project, PTW Architects have transformed the building to create innovative luxury residential apartments from a dated commercial building, ahead of a rapidly increasing market trend for these projects. Huge congratulations to all involved with Lavender Blue past and present.

2020 National Trust Heritage Awards Shortlist

We are delighted to share the exciting news that The Revy has been shortlisted for the 2020 National Trust Heritage Awards in the adaptive reuse category. Congratulations to the heritage team at Design 5, together with Aqualand Australia, Infinity Constructions and all of the team at PTW Architects. We look forward to the online awards event on November 12 and all the very best to the other finalists.

UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards Finalist

Great to see The REVY was also shortlisted in the Medium Density Development category of the UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards for excellence 2020 (in addition to the Urban Renewal/Adaptive Reuse category). It was an enlightening, collaborative journey with Aqualand Australia and the broader project team on this visionary project. https://udiansw.com.au/development-awards-for-excellence/medium-density-development/  

UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards Finalist

Thanks UDIA NSW for selecting The REVY as a finalist in the urban renewal/adaptive reuse category for the UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards for excellence 2020. Aqualand Australia brought together a visionary project team to work on this historic landmark development on Sydney's harbourfront and we are thankful and honoured to have been involved. Looking forward to the awards event later this year and congratulations also to all the other finalists. https://udiansw.com.au/development-awards-for-excellence/urban-renewal-adaptive-reuse/

UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards Finalist

Thanks UDIA NSW for selecting The Gateway 2 commercial project in Newcastle (CKDS Architecture with PTW collaboration) as a finalist in the commercial development category for the UDIA NSW Crown Group Awards for excellence 2020. Looking forward to the awards event later this year and congratulations also to all the other finalists. https://udiansw.com.au/development-awards-for-excellence/commercial-development/

Another Design Excellence Competition Win

PTW is proud to announce its success in the recent design excellence competition run in collaboration with Scape and Randwick City Council for the Scape Kingsford student accommodation site. Scape has submitted four DA applications to build futuristic buildings on key opportunity sites in Kensington and Kingsford. These will support the growth of Randwick Health and Education precinct with the delivery of much needed rental residential accommodation. “We are delighted to be working with Scape on this visionary project that is a key site in the transformation of the area,” says Simon Parsons, PTW Managing Director Asia Pacific. Several sustainable elements are woven into the precincts’ fabric including 5 Star Green Star building designs supported by initiatives such as car share, e-bikes, rainwater reuse and highly landscaped zones. Rooftop gardens, relaxation zones, outdoor and indoor exercise zones and dining and entertaining pavilions and high-tech work and study zones will improve social cohesion. “These developments will incorporate the very latest sustainable designs with award winning architects, designers and town planners all dedicated to emulating the best in urban regeneration,” says Stephen Gaitanos, Managing Director & Group CEO of Scape.
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