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Imperial braces transit oriented development
29.10.2016

Imperial reaches a critical point as excavation is complete and an industrial-scaled bracing structure is used to reinforce the busy Illawarra Railway Line, due to a constraint placed upon ancoring below state infrastructure. Multiple excavators were used to 'handshake' with each other to remove fill from the site. The excavation will allow four split level basement levels to be constructed and bring the structure up to ground level to lock the piles together so that the bracing can be removed. It is expected that the basment levels will be complete by year's end. When complete, the development will comprise 328 apartments above a retail podium (22,209m² GFA).

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Client: Piety THP, Builder: Alliance Property Group

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Jewel is unearthed
26.10.2016

Jewel begins to rise out of the ground following the construction of a diaphragm wall, excavation and completion of three basement levels. Construction has commenced on the first building to the north and will be followed by the remaining two buildings and retail levels. As each level is completed, magnificent waterfront views are revealed and provide a glimpse to the future for the new ferry walk and Foreshore Drive. When complete, the development will comprise 256 apartments above a retail podium and child care centre (27,272m² GFA).

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble Associates, Client: Payce, Builder: Dasco

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stanisic architects are moving
18.09.2014

stanisic architects are excited to announce that we are moving offices. We will be opening the doors at our new address on Monday, 22 September 2014. Our new office is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, larger interactive studio space and additional meeting facilities. Other than our address and telephone lines, all our other details will remain the same.

Level 1,  243 Liverpool Street/ cnr Riley Street
EAST SYDNEY NSW 2010
AUSTRALIA
T: (02) 9358 2588 (new)
F: (02) 9358 2688 (new)

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ARAP, IHAP + JRPP
15.12.2012

Frank Stanisic has scored a hat trick by being appointed as the first permanent independent chair of the Architecture Review Advisory Panel (ARAP), permanent member of the Independent Hearing and Advisory Panel (IHAP) and alternate for the Sydney East Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP) for Sutherland Shire Council. The ARAP was established by Council to provide independent professional advice to Council regarding development within the Shire, with the intention of improving the quality of development. The Panel's terms of reference are to examine, evaluate and critique the design aspects of proposed developments prior to submission of a Development Application; and advise the staff of its assessment of the design quality of development applications. The terms of reference are supplemented by the 10 design qulity principles of SEPP 65 which the Panel uses when considering the merits of any proposal.

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Fellow Frank
20.12.2011

In June 2011 Frank Stanisic was made a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects. A former Vice- President, Councillor and Chair of the AIA the honour was nominated by Matthew Pullinger, the current AIA President.

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Hybrid and Habitation Masters Studio
01.03.2011

Frank Stanisic will run a graduation design studio in the Masters of Architecture at the FBE, NSW University for the 2011 year. The studio titled Hybrid and Habitation is an exploration of hybrid form and use anchored in collective housing. The venue is the northern end of the waterfront Barangaroo site. Students are encouraged to intersect standard urban typologies with fusion, fracturing and the diagram as a basis for urban invention.

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Photographic tour of Emerald Park
28.10.2016

After 12 years, the Emerald Park Masterplan designed by Stanisic Architects is complete and we invite you to take a photographic tour. Emerald Park is a masterplan of the former Email industrial site that is situated on the western side of Joynton Avenue, between O’Dea Avenue and McPherson Lane, which includes a major privately funded public park at the southern end - an extension of Mary O’Brien Reserve. It comprises 557 apartments (50,935sqm GFA) in six buildings designed by Stanisic Architects, built over 5 stages and includes a boardwalk, forecourt, new street and through-site pedestrian way in addition to the park. The open space network allows easy pedestrian movement around and through the site. 

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble Associates, Client: Cronos Corporation, Builder: Waterside Constructions

Images: Brett Boardman

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Parramatta proposal brings more homes and jobs
23.09.2016

Stanisic Architects is pleased to announce that a planning proposal at the corner of Charles and Macquarie Streets has been gazetted by the Hon. Rob Stokes MP, Minister for Planning:

"A planning proposal approved for the heart of Western Sydney will inject $291 million into the local economy, create 275 new homes and close to 300 new jobs.

A new slimline 43-storey building will be among Parramatta’s tallest with a mixture of apartments, offices and shops, and has been proposed on the corner of 116 Macquarie St and 7 Charles St in Parramatta.

The location puts the proposed building within walking distance of schools, public transport, offices, shops and restaurants in Parramatta. The project is expected to create up to 228 construction jobs and 65 ongoing jobs.

Planning Minister Rob Stokes said the proposal will be an exciting new addition to Western Sydney’s skyline and bolster Parramatta as Sydney’s second CBD.

“This is an example of how we can create places where people can live, work and have good access to transport, public facilities and open space,” Mr Stokes said.

“It’s vital that, as our cities and suburbs get bigger, they get better as well.”

Member for Parramatta Geoff Lee welcomed the proposal, which highlights the growth and the exciting future of the region.

“Everywhere you turn in Parramatta, you can see cranes in the sky that are building the new homes, offices and entertainment spaces for local residents and families.” Dr Lee said.

The proposal was made possible by planning rule changes allowing residential development on the site, where only commercial uses were permitted before."

Architect/ Urban Designer: Stanisic Architects, Planner: DDC Group, Client: Statewide Planning

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Pavilions become a reality
30.10.2013

Stanisic Architects has sponsored two new catalogue and information pavilions that were designed and constructed by Master of Architecture students at the University of Sydney. The pavilions are part of the Sculpture by the Sea Festival, the world’s largest annual free-to-the public outdoor sculpture exhibition. The spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk turns into a 2km long temporary sculpture park featuring over 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world during October to November. Constructed from timber framing and plywood the pavilions mark the start of the sculpture walk at each end. These purpose-built temporary structures are manned by volunteers who answer questions from exhibition visitors as well as selling the exhibition catalogues. Congratulations to studio coordinator Michael Muir, tutors and students for their creative efforts and innovative construction.         

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Graduation
03.03.2012

Martin Stanisic Logar has completed his Bachelor of Architectural Studies with Distinction at The University of New South Wales. He continued his studies in the 2012 Masters of Architecture program, completing electives with Professor Xing Ruan, Dr Stanislaus Fung and Professor Michael Neuman. He has achieved straight HDs in all electives. Martin will be continuing his Master of Architecture Degree at Sydney University in 2013. 

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YSOA
05.08.2011

Dinah Zhang has been accepted into the two-year post-professional Master of Architecture degree at the Yale School of Architecture, New Haven. A recent graduate from University of Sydney, Dinah has contributed creatively and artistically to key projects in the studio. Next step of the journey begins. 

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