Sydney Civic and Creative Center by Kengo Kuma – Your Daily Architecture & Design Update (4 pics)




Sydney is getting a new civic and creative center, designed by architect Kengo Kuma as a circular building covered in spirals of wood.The 30-meter-tall structure will rise six stories and provide space for a ground-floor market hall, library space, makerspace, childcare center, additional program for start-ups, and a rooftop restaurant with views of Tumbalong Park, the Chinese Gardens and Cockle Bay. “Our aim is to achieve architecture that is an open and tangible as possible to the community, and this is reflected in the circular geometry that creates a building that is accessible and recognizable from multiple directions,” said Kuma. “The wooden screen wraps the exterior of the building in a dynamic and exciting manner, a historical reference to Darling Harbour originally being a hive of business activity and a focal point as a market exchange.”

Sydney is getting a new civic and creative center, designed by architect Kengo Kuma as a circular bu

Sydney is getting a new civic and creative center, designed by architect Kengo Kuma as a circular building covered in spirals of wood.The 30-meter-tall structure will rise six stories and provide space for a ground-floor market hall, library space, makerspace, childcare center, additional program for start-ups, and a rooftop restaurant with views of Tumbalong Park, the Chinese Gardens and Cockle Bay.

“Our aim is to achieve architecture that is an open and tangible as possible to the community, and t

“Our aim is to achieve architecture that is an open and tangible as possible to the community, and this is reflected in the circular geometry that creates a building that is accessible and recognizable from multiple directions,” said Kuma.

“The wooden screen wraps the exterior of the building in a dynamic and exciting manner, a historical reference to Darling Harbour originally being a hive of business activity and a focal point as a market exchange.”

Sydney Civic and Creative Center by Kengo Kuma - Your Daily Architecture & Design Update




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