This multifaceted project, initiated by a passionate private patron, captures the vision of an integrated performance space, garden and art gallery.
The performance space and gallery are entered though and linked by a central garden. A collaborative project, each element is authored by a different hand – John Wardle Architects are designing the gallery and Durbach Block Jaggers are designing the performance space. The buildings and gardens are linked at many levels, above and below ground, allowing for an intense interlocking of performance, nature and art.
- Project Team John Wardle Architects (gallery), Durbach Block Jaggers (performance space), 360John Wardle Architects (gallery), Durbach Block Jaggers (performance space), 360 degrees (garden) and Khai Liew (furniture design and project co-ordination).
- Client Judith Neilson
- Location Sydney, Australia
- Distance from JWA 850km
- Procurement Private commission
- Project Duration 2014 –
- Floor Levels 5
- Site Area 702 sqm
- Footprint 290 sqm
- Floor area 590 sqm
- Sustainability BASIX for Sydney City Council