The brief was to create an industrial development capable of being subdivided to suit a wide range of potential tenants as well as accommodate the owners electrical contracting business.
Flexible factory/workshop spaces for lease.
1883.9 sq. m
2035.44 sq. m
Fariola Street, Silverwater, NSW
The challenge in the project was to design a building that projected a strong identity and also maximised the site’s development potential. Commercial viability depended on a complex that had a flexible layout, was attractive to businesses and created a point of difference amongst the neighbouring industrial developments.
The absolute essence of architectural service is communication.Mark Jones |
Although the corner address added to the profile of the building, an added challenge was the southern and western orientation of the street elevations. Turning a liability into an asset, perforated metal louvres and minimalist rectangular windows give a distinctive character to the completed building.
Architecture is frozen music.Roger Bartlett |