SAF14 - Architecture on Show at Parramatta: Imagining the Future, Preserving our Past

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Nov. 8, 2014

10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Charles Byrne Room, Parramatta Town Hall, 182 Church Street, Parramatta

Architecture on Show

Parramatta, the geographic centre of Sydney is the gateway to Western Sydney and the fastest growing region of New South Wales.  Parramatta is coming to life as Sydney's second CBD; a city with a vibrant town square, new mixed precincts combining residential, commercial and civic buildings with more community facilities.

"Focus on  Parramatta:  Imagining the Future, Preserving our Past" is an opportunity to hear about the transformation of the City through its design excellence process, which has been developed to encourage quality architecture and public spaces.

Introduced by NSW Government Architect, Peter Poulet, prominent architects Ray Brown, Architectus; Andrew Cortese, Grimshaw Architects and Alex Kibble, Tanner Kibble Denton will talk about their work on a number of projects in Parramatta.



Free, booking required


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