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St Leonards Mixed Use

Housing, Urban & Masterplanning

St Leonards Mixed Use

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CURRENT
COMPLETE

The second in a series of ideas competitions, the St Leonards Mixed Use Design Competition is a national competition reimagining a mixed-use site in Sydney’s inner-northern suburb of St Leonards.

By integrating and enriching existing education, health and technology infrastructure into this commercial/residential hub, the project becomes a true community asset, where knowledge and creative capital can meet positively. The public space in this scheme is critical to making a destination; a place where people want to gather, move and interact.

The winner of the competition is Hayball + Monash University Architecture, with a proposal that reimagined the site as a model for the 21st century ‘Knowledge City’. By integrating and enriching existing education, health and technology infrastructure into this commercial/residential hub, the project becomes a true community asset, where knowledge and creative capital can meet positively.

State

New South Wales

Country

Cammeraygal Country

Client

Willoughby City Council

Project type

DESIGN STAGE

Competition Winners

Hayball + Monash University Architecture

Jury (titles at time of engagement)

Andrew Mackenzie

Director, CityLab

Callum Frazer

Director, Elenberg Fraser Architects

Gabrielle Morrish

Director, GMU

Greg Woodhams

Environmental Services Director, WCC

Philip Follent

Queensland Government Architect, OQGA

Tim Greer

Director, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

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