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07

Flinders Street Station

Cultural & Civic, Transport

Flinders Street Station

Stage

CURRENT
COMPLETE

In 2011 the Victorian Government committed $1 million to a prize pool for an international design competition that supports excellence in design and creates a high profile development project for Victoria.

Receiving designs from some of the best practitioners in Australia and around the world, the competition’s ambition is to rejuvenate and restore Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Street Station. In response to the forecast population growth in Melbourne, the development of the area presents an opportunity to create new commercial and public open spaces in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.

The winner of this competition is HASSELL with Herzog + de Meuron. The scheme has a careful and conceptually clear attitude to heritage, dealing extensively with the public realm, and examining how the relationship between the station and the adjoining transportation links may be improved.

State

Victoria

Country

Wurundjeri Country

Client

Major Projects Victoria

Project type

TWO-STAGE DESIGN

Competition Winners

HASSELL with Herzog + de Meuron

Jury (titles at time of engagement)

Caroline Bos

Co-founder, UN Studio

Cassandra Fahey

Director, Cassandra Complex

Geoffrey London

Emeritus Professor of Architecture, University of Western Australia

Gillian Miles

Deputy Secretary, Transport Victoria

John Curtis

Lawyer, Herbert Smith Freehills

Peter Lovell

Director, Lovell Chen Architects

Rob Adams

Director of City Design, City of Melbourne

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