Winner AIA (WA Chapter) Urban Design Architecture Award 2011    Winner shortlisted design competition via the Department of Housing and Works 2008.    New Trends of Architecture in Europe and Asia-Pacific 2008-2010    This project aims to reaffirm the formal visual axis from Parliament House to the city, and a landform connection to the escarpment upon which it rests.      The design carries with it a deep concern for place and required the re-working of an existing, decommissioned, fountain structure within the confines of the Heritage Listed Parliament Building.  
       
     
  Winner AIA (WA Chapter) Urban Design Architecture Award 2011    Winner shortlisted design competition via the Department of Housing and Works 2008.    New Trends of Architecture in Europe and Asia-Pacific 2008-2010    This project aims to reaffirm the formal visual axis from Parliament House to the city, and a landform connection to the escarpment upon which it rests.      The design carries with it a deep concern for place and required the re-working of an existing, decommissioned, fountain structure within the confines of the Heritage Listed Parliament Building.  
       
     

Winner AIA (WA Chapter) Urban Design Architecture Award 2011

Winner shortlisted design competition via the Department of Housing and Works 2008.

New Trends of Architecture in Europe and Asia-Pacific 2008-2010

This project aims to reaffirm the formal visual axis from Parliament House to the city, and a landform connection to the escarpment upon which it rests.  The design carries with it a deep concern for place and required the re-working of an existing, decommissioned, fountain structure within the confines of the Heritage Listed Parliament Building.