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3XN to Helm Design of World's Largest Fish Market in Sydney

12:15 - 27 June, 2017
3XN to Helm Design of World's Largest Fish Market in Sydney, © 3XN
© 3XN

Danish practice 3XN Architects has revealed design plans for what will be the world’s largest fish market in Sydney, Australia. Selected from a submission pool of more than 60 international design studios, 3XN’s design will relocate the existing Syndey Fish Market from its location in Pyrmont to a nearby wharf in Blackwattle Bay on Bridge Road in Glebe, creating a new food and dining destination on the Sydney inner harbor.

“Sydney Fish Market is a beloved institution among Sydneysiders, Australians and international visitors,” said Sydney Fish Market General Manager Bryan Skepper. “Therefore, it was integral to select a design team that will modernise and improve the site whilst recognising its longstanding heritage and retaining the authentic experience that attracts customers and visitors."

This Project Explores the Ottoman Miniature as a Form of Architectural Representation

04:00 - 24 May, 2017
This Project Explores the Ottoman Miniature as a Form of Architectural Representation, Fishmarket. Image © Deniz Basman, Louis Mounis
Fishmarket. Image © Deniz Basman, Louis Mounis

Over the following weeks we will be sharing a selection of unrealized student projects, alongside realized schemes by practices who explore representational techniques, in collaboration with KooZA/rch. The aim is "to explore the role of the architectural drawing as a tool for communication" and, in the process, provoke a conversation about the contemporary use, format, and role of drawing.

Greenhouse. Image © Deniz Basman, Louis Mounis Winery. Image © Deniz Basman, Louis Mounis Winery. Image © Deniz Basman, Louis Mounis Art Storage. Image © Deniz Basman, Louis Mounis + 9

Fish Market / Kjellgren Kaminsky

21:00 - 13 August, 2009

Kjellgren Kaminsky shared their proposal for a fish market and its surrounding square in Bergen, Norway. The five story building will house a market hall on the entrance and first floor and try to attract visitors and tourists who are passing by. “We believe that the traditional market would gain more visitors if it was combined with a modern marketplace fully equipped and under one roof,” explained the architects.

More about the fish market after the break.