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Architecture Guides Australia – Exclusive New South Wales Architectural Walks tailor made for Groups
post updated post updated 9 May 2023
Contact Isabelle Lomholt on isabelle(at)e-architect.com
Sydney Architecture Tour: Exclusive NSW Guided Walks
Our Sydney guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking, we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in New South Wales are all exclusive to each client.
Sydney Architecture Walking Tours
Should you be planning an office trip, a conference, or university trip in New South Wales please contact Isabelle at e-architect.
Coliseum Theatre in Sydney building design by Cox Architecture:
photo : John Gollings
This is a 2000-seat multi-mode performance venue located in burgeoning Western Sydney.
Sydney Architecture – Introduction
Sydney is located in the south east part of Australia and is the state capital of New South Wales. It is the most populous city in Australia with a population of around 4.6 million. Celebrated buildings include the Sydney Opera House and a world-famous structure is the Harbour Bridge. All these buildings can be visited on our Sydney Architectural Tours.
Famous architects with buildings in Sydney include Foster + Partners and Harry Seidler, plus coming soon Frank Gehry and OMA. Famous 20th Century architects to build in the city include Jorn Utzon.
Australia’s first engineered timber office building completed – International House, Barangaroo by Tzannes architects
photo © The Guthrie Project
Other key architects with work in Sydney include PTW, Denton Corker Marshall, Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp and BVN Architecture.
Recent major building development in this city – Barangaroo South Waterfront Development in Sydney by Grant Associates:
image from landscape architects
Designs for two-hectares of public realm at Barangaroo South submitted to planners: a new harbour cove, a one-hectare public park, an expanded waterfront walkway and a public pier.
The John B. Fairfax Learning Centre building design by architects BVN:
photo : Brett Boardman
Powerhouse Ultimo Sydney Building – Museum of Applied Arts & Science building design by Architectus, Durbach Block Jaggers Architects, Tyrrell Studio, Youssofzay + Hart, Akira Isogawa, Yerrabingin, Finding Infinity and Arup:
image courtesy of architects practice
Powerhouse Ultimo is undergoing a transformation to celebrate the best of its past with innovative museum exhibition and educational spaces, following the announcement of the winning architectural design for its renewal.
Sydney Walking Tours
Sydney Architectural Walking Tours can focus on traditional buildings, contemporary buildings or both. The Sydney Architecture Tour can be an introduction to the city’s main buildings or can be based around your group’s interests. We are happy to accommodate your needs and interests on our New South Wales Architecture Tours.
e-architect can provide basic information to assist your programme preparations, eg on geographical areas in Sydney and building types, ahead of your tour. For example a group interested in Sydney Office Buildings or Sydney Houses could be provided with information before their visit to New South Wales.
image : Gehry Partners, LLP
Sydney Walking Tour Guides
Contact Isabelle Lomholt to arrange your Sydney architectural tour: isabelle(at)e-architect.com / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814
Other than Sydney, e-architect organise architecture walking tours in other cities such as Melbourne, Barcelona, New York, Shanghai, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, London, New Delhi, Paris and Singapore.
St James Chapel in Castle Hill building by Jackson Teece Architects:
photo : Michael Nicholson
Contemporary Architectural Tour Selection
Contemporary Sydney Building Designs
SICEEP Darling Harbour
Design: HASSELL + Populous
Sydney Exhibition Centre
Design: Cox, Richardson, Taylor and Partners
Surry Hills Library
Design: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT), Architects
Sydney Opera House
image from RIAS
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