Design Excellence is a critical foundation in developing sustainable and exemplary architectural design in Barangaroo.
From Barangaroo Reserve to its reinvigorated financial district, Barangaroo integrates a mix of master planning and functional, durable and beautiful forward-thinking design.
The original 2005 concept plan for Barangaroo – produced by Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects (Australia), Paul Berkemeier Architects (Australia) and Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture (Australia) – informed precinct-specific master plans from:
- Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners (Barangaroo South)
- Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (Central Barangaroo)
- Peter Walker, FASLA, of PWP Landscape Architecture, in association with the Australian design practice Johnson Pilton Walker (Barangaroo Reserve).
Barangaroo attracts submissions from architects and designers from Australia and around the world, illustrating its position as a globally recognised yet locally focused destination. The architecture is a masterclass in collaborative, sustainable, carbon-neutral design that considers people and place within a clear master plan.
Barangaroo features some of the leading built form in Australia today:
|Barangaroo Ferry Wharf||COX Architecture|
|Barangaroo House||Collins and Turner|
|Barangaroo Reserve||Peter Walker and Partners Landscape Architecture (PWP)|
|Barangaroo South Public Domain 1A||Aspect Oculus|
|Barangaroo South Public Domain 1B||Grant Associates|
|Building R7||Durbach Block Jaggers|
|Cutaway (fitout)||FJC Studio|
|Harbour Park||AKIN (Yerrabingin, Architectus, Jacob Nash Studio, Studio Chris Fox, Flying Fish Blue and Arup)|
|Hickson Park Amenities Building||Nobbs Radford|
|International Towers||Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners|
|One Sydney Harbour||Renzo Piano Building Workshop|
|Pier Pavilion||SPRESSER + Peter Besley|
Design excellence advisory panel
Barangaroo’s Design Excellence Advisory Panel works with Infrastructure NSW to carefully manage projects and ensure the continued commitment to design excellence. Panel members are: