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Lane Cove is approved by JRPP
04.11.2016

Stanisic Architects has achieved development consent by the JRPP for a new residential development at Lane Cove, comprising 95 apartments (7,274sqm GFA). Located at the intersection of Pacific Highway and Longueville Road the building has a sculptural form that peels away from Longueville Road, presenting a curved ‘back’ to Longueville Road and Pacific Highway, becoming more regular in form along the Burley Street and Taylors Lane frontages. The concept if a ‘U’ shaped plan around a central north facing court with projecting floor slabs and balconies that circle the building like a ribbon. The solid and glazed balustrades create a visual pattern by sliding the panels across each other at each floor emphasising the sculptural nature of the built form. The siting of the building allows the existing band of trees that currently encircles the site to be retained and, where necessary, replanted to create a natural bush setting and a ‘green veil’ to the public domain. Stanisic Architects have commenced construction documentation for the project.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble Associates, Client: GloBuild Pty Ltd

Images: Ivolve Studios

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The Kingsway gilded in green + gold
15.07.2016

Stanisic Architects has achieved development consent by the JRPP for a new mixed-use development at Caringbah, comprising 89 apartments (7,300sqm GFA) above a health services facility (2,360sqm). The built form is in two components of 6 storeys (Kingsway) and 4-5 storeys (Flide Street) connected by an aerial bridge with a communal roof terrace. The aesthetic is characterised as an urban building within a landscaped setting dominated by a Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest (STIF). The dense vegetation is complemented by the use of clear, translucent and opaque glass facade with gold perforated metal screens which allow residents to experience the unique setting.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble, Client: Sky Blue Developments Pty Ltd

Images: David Duloy

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George becomes slender + tall
12.01.2016

Stanisic Architects have recently completed a concept plan for a 35 storey mixed-use building in the Parramatta CBD comprising retail, commercial and residential accommodation as part of a planning proposal to Parramatta City Council. This infill development completes the existing built form and open space configuration for the urban block by maintaining a three storey scale to George Street and by locating communal open space on top of the podium and roof. The site contained a number of key parameters including a compact site area of 630sqm with a single 20m frontage to George Street, building separation between existing residential towers to the east, potential overshadowing to neighbouring residential buildings, common boundaries to the side and rear and a compact central core. The design concept is for a single tower on top of a podium with a 'T-shaped' floor plate. The built form has a strong chiseled masonry frame to the side boundaries that provide visual connections to the city centre and river.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Client: Statewide Planning

Images: David Duloy, Stanisic Architects

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Jewel the new glistening icon
31.08.2015

Jewel Wentworth Point is a mixed-use development by Stanisic Architects for Ionic Management and Payce + Sekisui House Australia located at 1 Burroway Road, Wentworth Point. Jewel is a new glistening iconic gateway to Wentworth Point that is all about the experience of place. The project comprises three elegant, slender finger forms drapped in a gold sheath of screening that sit on top of an active retail ground plane. The buildings are bisected by a publically accessible avenue 'Pierside' that terminates at the new ferry wharf. The development has approximately 27,500sqm (2.63:1 FSR) and includes 256 apartments, approximately 4,300sqm of restaurants and shops, a supermarket and childcare centre.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Client: Iconic Management, Developer: Payce + Sekisui House Australia

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Emerald park nears completion
30.04.2015

The Emerald Park Masterplan of the former Email industrial site that is situated on the western side of Joynton Avenue, between O’Dea Avenue and McPherson Lane is nearing completion. Emerald Park encapsulates the essence of Green Square – sustainability, diversity and affordability. The project comprises 7 buildings in five stages in addition to a publically accessible boardwalk beneath the mature Hills fig trees along Joynton Avenue, through-site way and new 4,000sqm public park - Mary O'Brien Reserve. It comprises 557 apartments and 200sqm retail, with the final stage due for completion late 2015 - constructed by Lateral Estate.

 

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Eton opens up
18.09.2014

Construction is complete and residents have moved into Eton, Stage 2, Buildings B + C of the Emerald Park Masterplan by Waterside Constructions, the building arm of Lateral Estate (formerly Lateral Group). The occupation of the building’s 174 apartments has added another layer to the rich external appearance of the building. Construction continues on the remaining buildings of the masterplan including Parc (Building A), Grand (Building B) and Prime (Building E).

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Eton, under the scaffolding
24.03.2013

Construction has commenced on Stage 2, Buildings C and D, aka Eton, of the Emerald Park Masterplan by Waterside Constructions, the building arm of the Lateral Group. The 9 storey buildings incorporating 16,200sqm are joined by glazed sky bridges, and noted for their distinctive external expression comprising a combination of painted, precast concrete panels (active face) and perforated ‘Zeus Grey’ aluminium screening panels (recessive face) to provide a layered external appearance. The 174 apartments feature the unique ‘cross-over and snorkel combination’ configuration that provides excellent amenity, affordability and buyer choice.  The expression of the stacked apartments has been varied using a ‘freestyling’ compositional technique.

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Eon nearing completion
08.03.2013

Eon, sited in Green Square, is nearing completion.  Eon comprises 344 apartments in a 4 and 10 storey buildings organised around a communal courtyard. The 10 storey building fronts onto a new linear park and public street that are being constructed as part of the project and extend the existing street network. The first of six buildings to be constructed by Karimbla Constructions for Meriton, Eon is distinguished by its western façade treatment that is designed to shield the harsh western sun, often overlooked in many nearby projects. It comprises perforated sliding metal panels and fixed vertical louvre blades that give occupants a choice in shading the living rooms and bedrooms from the sun. The expression of repetitive, stacked apartments has been varied by offsetting the balustrade treatment and shading on alternative level.    

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Historic Green Infrastructure
01.03.2013

The Stage 1 DA for the former John Newell Mazda site, the centrepiece of the Green Square Town Centre has been approved by Sydney City Council. The broken perimeter form comprises two x 19 storey, chiselled towers and 10 storey buildings organised around a central water court which is activated by a 60 metre long, through-site pedestrian way that connects directly to the Green Square station. The project was the first to sign up for Council’s Green Infrastructure – trigeneration power, recycled water and evacuated waste, making it the ‘greenest building in the Green Square’.

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Third Time Lucky for Dunning
15.10.2012

Stanisic Architects have lodged a new proposal for the Dunning Avenue site, Rosebery at the southern edge of Green Square, adjacent to CODA. The shop-top proposal for 52 apartments and ground level shops follows on from two previously approved applications - for apartments and for offices - submitted over the past 10 years. The latest post-GFC proposal is a multi-core design with dual aspect and ‘snorkel’ layouts to achieve solar access, cross ventilation and affordability, the new priority. The floating building form has a vertical rhythm to the street through the articulation of bays or modules. The linear courtyard is designed by 360 degrees.

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Green Square Library and Plaza Competition
03.09.2012

Stanisic Architects has submitted an entry for the Green Square Library and Plaza, an open competition run by the City of Sydney. The building form is a clearly delineated, four-storey box, ark-like, that appears to float above the flood waters of O’Sheas Creek which periodically wash over the site on their way through the town centre to Alexandra Canal – and which will be diverted to an underground, stormwater culvert as part of the town centre infrastructure works.  The Plaza is envisaged as rug-like space that stretches the full length of the site, trimmed with detail at its edges to maintain an adaptable and multi-use space for public activities.

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Six Easy Pieces for Emerald Park
06.04.2012

Stanisic Architects has completed the design of the remaining six buildings of Emerald Park, the redevelopment of the former email site in Green Square on the tree-lined Joynton for the Lateral Group. The 6 to 10 storey buildings are organised around a large central communal courtyard and new public park. The 430 apartments include a unique coupling of ‘snorkel’ and cross-over apartments to achieve a balance of affordability, diversity, solar access and natural ventilation.

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Imperial
11.12.2011

Construction of the 33 storey serviced apartment, the Imperial, has been completed, comprising 430 units. Stanisic Architects was selected through Design Excellence Competition required by City Council. Located in the City’s south, opposite the Capitol Theatre, the stepped, infill tower is distinguished by chiselled, concrete ledges and multi-coloured interlay, glass vertical louvres at lower levels. The vertical core and lift system aligns with a 60 metre long public arcade which extends the mid-block pedestrian pathways.

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Go Ahead After Four Years
14.01.2011

A modest development of 17 units at Alison Road, Randwick has been approved after 4 years which included two successful applicant L+E determinations – appeal by the applicant against Randwick Council for refusal and subsequent defence by the applicant against L+E appeal by Randwick Council. Despite strong support by the Design Review Panel, the modest four storey project on the site of the client’s family home was frustrated by resident objections for loss of view. The project - a passive design with sunlit balconies, cross ventilation and screened gallery access walkways – is a precedent for sustainable, medium density, infill development.

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Great Wall
14.10.2010

A preferred project plan has been approved by the Planning Advisory Committee for a 16 storey residential, mixed use project at Treacy Street, Hurstville, near the rail station. The project is a hybrid form - slab, tower and street wall fusion - with a large slot and recesses to reduce the building’s visual bulk and capture sunlight to communal open spaces. The northern façade of the slender building is shaded with a ‘metal jacket’ comprising gold, anodised balustrade panels; the southern facade to the railway line has glass enclosed, wintergardens.

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Canterbury Road is transformed
03.08.2016

Stanisic Architects have recently completed a development application for two 8 storeys buildings that transition to 4 storeys along a new lane to adjust to the surrounding low-rise residential context on Canterbury Road, Belmore. The design concept is for a perimeter form and central courtyard comprising 149 apartments (12,860 GFA) and 390sqm commercial floor space to Canterbury Road. The site is located on a significant corner at Canterbury Road/ Platts Avenue and is marked with street defining commercial uses and awnings before transitioning into a full-residential building. The new shared-lane provides a visual and pedestrian connection between Platts Avenue and Liberty Street.

The infill building to the new laneway has a different character and acts as a backdrop to the courtyard. This building is sheathed in bronze finished panels, balustrades, pergolas and louvres and acts as the ‘jewel’ within the larger complex.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Client: Holt Point Pty Ltd

Images: Ivolve, Stanisic Architects

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OTW takes communal living to new heights
12.01.2016

Stanisic Architects have recently completed a development application for new residential development at Wentworth Point - One the Waterfront. Stage 1 of this project is for 273 apartments (18,800sqm GFA) in five perimeter form buildings that surround a central courtyard with one building set within a new park. Communal open spaces located on the roofs of buildings are connected by an aerial bridge and comprise planting, seating, BBQ and an outdoor cinema.  The rich, visual nature of the architecture comes to life with clear and bronze tinted glazing, bronze metallic frames and gold finished vertical aluminium louvres which amplify the sun and animate the facades. The built form is broken up into vertical parts and has disparate elements, as opposed to a continuous street wall, giving clear visual and pedestrian permeability to the courtyards. Stanisic Architects have commenced the design for Stage 2 that will complete the perimeter form.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble Associates, Client: Wentworth Point 1 Pty Ltd

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Lane Cove River Retreat
31.10.2015

Stanisic Architects have recently completed a concept plan for the regeneration of a former industrial site on the Lane Cove River into a mixed use precinct including retail/ office and residential accommodation as part of a planning proposal to Lane Cove Council. The concept plan also included a landscape masterplan for the site prepared by Sturt Noble for public and communal open spaces including roof terraces.

The site contained a number of key parameters including a steep fall of between 8-20m, interface with environmental conservation zone and retention of remnant bushland, existing contamination contained with an existing clay capping, proximity to the Lane Cove Tunnel ventilation stack and interface with the existing light industrial estate.

Architect: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble Landscape Architects, Client/ Developer: Statewide Planning

Images: David Duloy, Sturt Noble Landscape Architects

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Camellia West Planning Proposal to go on exhibition
30.08.2015

Camellia West by Stanisic Architects for Statewide Planning located at the former James Hardie site, a heavily contaminated site situated along the Parramatta River between James Ruse Drive and the Clyde-Carlingford Railway Line, was endorsed at a meeting of Parramatta Council and will proceed to public exhibition as a planning proposal. The planning proposal is to rezone the land for mixed use development with a maximum floor space of 5.3:1 (318,000sqm) and maximum height of 126m (40 storeys). The vision for the site is to create an interactive, urban living environment within a rehabilitated river setting. It will be framed by an extensive and permeable public domain comprising wide streets, central square/ park, forum, foreshore park and building forms of various heights orientated to optimise views, breezes and sun.

Architect/ Urban Designer: Stanisic Architects, Landscape Architect: Sturt Noble, Planner: DDC-Group, Client/ Developer: Statewide Planning

Images: Doug + Wolf, David Duloy

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Imperial is launched
14.11.2014

Imperial Hurstville (formerly Treacy Street apartments) by Piety THP Pty Ltd, a 16 storey mixed-use residential development with 227 apartments and street level shops has had its sales launch after five years of planning. The display suite designed and documented by stanisic architects is located on Treacy Street, Hurstville in the former Toyota showroom which has been extensively remodelled internally. It features a project model, CGIs, images and plans. The display suite contains a typical two bedroom apartment including kitchen and wet areas designed by stanisic architects. Construction of the building is due to begin in 2015.

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Revere on display
15.09.2013

The Revere Display Suite located in the existing factory on the site at Rosebery features a signature kitchen and bathroom designed by Stanisic Architects. The installations use raw and refined finishes to develop a ‘nordic industrial’ aesthetic that refers to the cool finishes of Scandinavian design and the surrounding industrial context. The kitchens have a choice of black and white laminates with engineered timber flooring and stainless steel splashbacks. Stanisic Architects were interior designers for the project.

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Forest high
18.03.2013

A development application for 437 apartments and approx. 580sqm retail has been submitted to Hurstville City Council for the Toga Group on the former Dominelli Ford site at Hurstville. The 38,500sqm project is a perimeter courtyard concept with slender buildings ranging from 4 to21 storeys in height. The striking tower marks the highest point on the western edge of the Hurstville City Centre. The project incorporates a new laneway, generous central communal courtyard and green roof terrace on the ‘link’ building. The external expression is a patchwork of clearly expressed volumes for urban scale and fine grain detail for pedestrian scale. Colour is used to define the volumes of the perimeter.    

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Emerald, you have been approved
02.03.2013

A development application for Stages 3 to 5 (Buildings A, B and E) of the Emerald Park Masterplan has been approved by Sydney City Council. The four separate buildings of 20,000sqm comprise 210 apartments ranging in height from 4 to 9 storeys. The buildings which front onto Joynton Avenue with its magnificent figs and the new ‘south park’ complete the definition of the central communal courtyard, The buildings will be constructed from precast concrete and feature ‘sun catchers’ for solar access and ‘ribbon balustrades’. The apartments feature the unique post GFC ‘cross-over and snorkel combination’ configuration that provides excellent amenity, affordability and buyer choice.    

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New and Old on Altamont Site
15.11.2012

City Council has approved the redevelopment of the Altamont Hotel in Darlinghurst, near Williams Street for Cordon Developments. The project comprises a new 7 storey apartment building and refurbished Victorian villa containing café and apartments. The Cauldron nightclub, once frequented by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, will be converted to a small licensed bar. Apartments will be screened with operable external aluminium venetian blinds for privacy, light control and shading for occupants. The new forecourt to Darlinghurst Road, designed by 360 degrees which contains olive and mandarin trees in copper vats, will be used for café seating.

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Tigers on Display
01.10.2012

Stanisic Architects has lodged a revised proposal to The DoPI for the redevelopment of the Balmain Tigers site at Rozelle for Rozelle Village Pty Ltd, which has polarised the community. Declared as a Part 3A development the proposal will return the Balmain Tigers to their home site as part of a hybrid development of 44,000sqm that also includes 312 apartments in two, 24 storey residential towers; and shops, medical centre, child care centre, community room, gymnasium and supermarket in a stepped, two storey podium. The project will go the Planning Advisory Committee for determination.

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Multi-franchise Auto Showroom
06.06.2012

Stanisic Architects has completed a ground breaking concept for a multi-franchise auto showroom, parts and service centre for the Dominelli Group on a large triangular site at Kogarah. The streamlined form includes seven auto franchises, anchored by the Mazda franchise. It is planned to heighten customer experience, interaction and delivery. The franchise showrooms are organised around an internal customer walk and customer lounges, naturally lit and ventilated. The franchises share a service workshop and parts area. 

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Mission Control
11.12.2011

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Gerrale Beach House
11.11.2011

A planning proposal for a high density apartment building in Gerrale Street, Cronulla has been approved by the DoPI. Based on a detailed analysis of existing context and neighbour impacts an uplift to 3:1 FSR and 9 storeys, from 2:1 and 6 storeys, was achieved. Stanisic Architects has now developed the proposal based on a trapezoid plan, split-block form breezeway and external venetian blinds to create the light and breezy environment of a beach house in collective housing. The form is generated by sun access and view planes from the neighbouring building to the south.

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Poplar Street Entry Completed
10.12.2010

Construction has been completed for the new entry lobby and common room for the existing HousingNSW residential tower in Poplar Street, Surry Hills. Extensive remodelling of the ground level was required to accommodate the brief requirements, including ramped disabled access, community room, kitchen, stores, address and signage. The entry lobby can be screened from the common room by folding glass panels that are screened with a decal graphic of blue poplar trees designed by Deuce Design.

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Maribyrnong Masterplan
06.02.2010

Stanisic Architects has been shortlisted with McGregor Coxall, Bolles Wilson and BKK for the masterplanning of Maribyrnong, a sustainable redevelopment of the former ammunitions and horse stabling site in outer Melbourne.  In addition to developing to a strategic framework and concept options Stanisic Architects focused on developing a spectrum of housing typologies that included the seed big home, seed loft, seed soho and seed easy-on-the pocket. Layouts included detonator massive, nitro car free, shell flexible, starter LDK, nest family, life time diversity, terrace, shared, tower, cross-over, maisonette, autonomous (solar), affordable, hotel and power sandwich (big seed). 

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