Supple Design shared with us their Sydney Architecture Walks, which consists of an ongoing series of public walking and bicycle tours of Sydney that use contemporary architecture to open up conversations political, cultural, economic and environmental. Their premise is that cities are made not found, so architecture becomes the lens to open up other conversations.
Cutting edge, daring and edgy stuff is what gets them up in the morning. Projects that provoke, explore, push boundaries and reveal something of Sydney’s (grimy) pulse. So the city acts as ‘sign’ or signifier of a bunch of ideas and tendencies simmering quietly beneath the surface. They want you to really feel the city. They want you to get stung by architecture! For more information, please visit here.
Architect: Supple Design / Eoghan Lewis
Location: Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Client: Stockland Property Trust
Structural consultant: HKMA—Phil Mance
Environmental Consultant: Steensen Varming – Chris Arkins
Site area: 950 sqm
Floor area: 130 sqm
Design year: 2004-2005
Construction year: 2005
Photographs: Ian Tatton, Eoghan Lewis