Barangaroo Reserve and its lead designer PWP Landscape Architects have been awarded the World Architecture News (WAN) Waterfront 2015 Award, which opened to the public on 22 August 2015.
The Barangaroo Reserve landscape design project was selected from a field of more than 40 entrants and six shortlisted projects and chosen by an independent jury panel, who unanimously selected Barangaroo Reserve.
The international judges included: Bryan Avery MBE, Principal of London-based Avery Associates Architects; Maarten Buijs, Project Manager and Landscape Architect of West8 urban design and landscape architecture; Niels de Bruin, Landscape Architect and Partner of White Arkitekter, and Vishnu Anishetty, Lead Designer of Atkins.
Barangaroo Delivery Authority CEO Craig van der Laan said the WAN Waterfront 2015 award was a prestigious win for the Authority and its team, for PWP Landscape Architecture and the extensive team involved in its creation.
“Barangaroo Reserve is a spectacular new place for Sydney and was the result of three years of dedication and hard work by many people. I am delighted the park is receiving global recognition through an award such as this.”
Read more in our media release here.