Walsh Bay Sydney Building, Architect, Photo, Australia, NSW Design Project, Picture, Redevelopment

Walsh Bay Sydney Harbour

Mixed-Use Development, New South Wales Architecture design by PTW Architects

5 Dec 2008

Walsh Bay Redevelopment

Location: Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Date built: 2000-05
Design: HPA Architects in association with PTW Architects

Walsh Bay - Sydney Harbour Development
image : HPA + Mirvac

The water and land based buildings and vacant sites on Sydney Harbour will be used for new residential apartments with an 850 seat drama theatre as well as commercial and retail space.

Redevelopment of the precinct combines restoration of historic structures, adaptive reuse and new construction in order to reinvigorate this important but disused waterfront area. The masterplanning of this precinct managed the insertion of new development in an historic area restricted by a permanent conservation order. In addition, the masterplan resolved the conflict between pedestrian and vehicular movement in a commercially sensible manner.

Walsh Bay Sydney – Building Information

Location: Walsh Bay, Sydney, Australia
Client: Walsh Bay Partnership (a Mirvac / Transfield joint venture)
Cost: $650 m (AUD)

2005 RAIA Lloyd Rees Award for Civic Design
2002 Planning Institute of Australia (NSW) Excellence in Planning – Urban Design – Plans and Ideas

Walsh Bay Building photos + information from PTW Architects, New South Wales


The company of HPA Architects was originally established in 1985 by Tom Hewitt (Hewitt Design), changed to Hewitt Pender in 1998 and then HPA Projects in 2008. HPA are consultants and principal contractors in the tourism and heritage sector, working internationally for government, institutional and commercial clients. source: http://www.hpaprojects.com/page_var12

Location: Walsh Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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