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Darling Walk
Darling Harbour, Sydney

This project aims to celebrate its location between the city and Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbour. The three-storey buildings are separated by through site links that provide visual and physical connection between the city and the park. They are arranged to form a sweeping curved gesture that responds to the pedestrian walkway that arcs around the park’s perimeter.

Internally, three vertically stacked triple-height atriums provide spectacular breakout spaces to encourage interaction and provide a high level of amenity for building occupants. They also enhance the sense of connection between the park and the city.

On the park side, the sloping façade resembles a series of ‘leaf-like’ overlapping planes of fritted glass. These extendbeyond the floor plate to provide sun-shading and glare control to the floor below. Along Harbour Street, the façade comprises a number of vertical masonry blades, which provide sun shading and respond to the masonry buildings opposite.

Client:
Stockland

Area:
60,000 sqm

Completion:
November 2006

Downloads:
Darling-Walk-Project-Sheet.pdf



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