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18 Jan 2012

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Melbourne Park Western Precinct, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Design: with Populous
Melbourne Park Building
photo from Victoria Government
Melbourne Park Western Precinct
Melbourne will be the world’s first Grand Slam tennis venue to have three feature courts with operable roofs. Minister for Major Projects Denis Napthine and Minister for Sport Hugh Delahunty today unveiled the new design for Melbourne Park’s Western Precinct, which includes a redeveloped Margaret Court Arena with an operable roof and increased capacity by 1,500 to 7,500.

Myer Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Myer Bourke Street
image from FD
Myer Bourke Street
Centrally located, the Myer Bourke Street store has witnessed a century of Melbourne’s evolution and has played host to many of its most memorable rituals and festivals, becoming an iconic symbol of the city. However after years of retail service the store could no longer compete on an international level in the rapidly evolving and sophisticated consumer market.

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The architecture firm is a leading Australian design studio founded on the principles of collaboration & open debate, where architects and designers are united by a commitment to creating outstanding contemporary architecture. We seek a new expression for architecture as a public construction unencumbered by the traditional and narrow definiteions of function or type.

The architecture studio believes design is no longer the domain of the egocentric architect with a single vision. Instead we believe projects are complex & inclusive, where the architect acts as both creator and mediator, providing the platform for clients, engineers, planners & the broader community to engage fully with the process of design.

This collaborative approach also reflects the evolving relationship between governments, authorities & the private sector for the delivery of major infrastructure & partnership projects.

The architecture practice is leading the thinking towards integrated & flexible environments & an architecture capable of engaging with the complexities of the contemporary Australian city.

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