Stirling Street Arts Centre
The design of the Stirling Street Arts Centre sought to compliment the existing buildings on site rather than imitate, while still presenting itself as an iconic form within the highly visible public space. A custom fabricated perforated metal screen sits atop a modest base building of red brick, black steel and glass.
Collie Art Gallery
Rammed earth walls of local red dirt topped with traditional metal sheet cladding links this cultural project to the local, regional vernacular.
Hay Park Sport Pavilion
Two symmetrical pavilions flank a central spectator stand in this durable yet attractive project. Externally, raked timber eaves float above glazed blue bricks, materials which are also reflected internally.
This 1896 heritage building was painstakingly restored to its original condition. The conservation works involved brick tuck-pointing, structural repairs and extensive internal refurbishments.