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Rozelle Village

The original concept for the development is for two split block high-rise forms on top of a stepped podium that steps with the topography and adjusts in height in response to the surrounding low-rise ...

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Rozelle Village

Breeze

The built form is expressed as two elements – 6 and 9 storeys, containing residential use, split by the breezeway/lobbies. The block form is extended at ground level to form retail space. The elements...

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Breeze
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OTW featured in the Sydney Morning Herald

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OTW featured in the Sydney Morning Herald

Stanisic Architects published in the Sydney Morning Herald

Firsts for mixed-use buildings A new age in apartment design paves the way for variety on one site writes Dani Wright. A draft Central Sydney Planning...

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Stanisic Architects published in the Sydney Morning Herald

Highpoint

Highpoint is located along Forest Road is at the highest topographic point in Hurstville City Centre and is now the tallest building along the western edge. Apartments have been designed to take advan...

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Highpoint
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Revere

The building is designed primarily as an environmental filter that allows occupants to work in ‘unplugged’ spaces that can be adjusted to personal levels of comfort. The environment is both interactiv...

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Revere

Lane Cove is approved by JRPP

Stanisic Architects has achieved development consent by the JRPP for a new residential development at Lane Cove, comprising 95 apartments (7,274sqm GF...

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Lane Cove is approved by JRPP

Imperial braces transit oriented development

Imperial reaches a critical point as excavation is complete and an industrial-scaled bracing structure is used to reinforce the busy Illawarra Railway...

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Imperial braces transit oriented development