A triumph of retail design at East Village
AUSTRALIAN DESIGN REVIEW
Inside Interior Design Magazine
February 10, 2016
“With the hero the tree structure, the Payce project successfully challenges the retail marketplace experience with a strong commitment to social and environmental sustainability,” said Sue Fenton of the East Village project by Payce with Koichi Takada Architects and Turner.
“We see where the interior design conceptual drivers have informed a diverse, authentic place – a welcome change from the lifeless box of the modern day mall. While the project is embedded underground, the clever use of filtered natural light and small vistas forms a connectivity to the… Read more
CITIES OF THE FUTURE: Lendlease’s guide to creating vibrant, connected and sustainable urban places in cities
Issue 91, Volume 10
Lendlease x Monocle
Cities of the future
LEADING CITY LIVING
There’s no secret ingredient for making city neighbourhoods tick, but applying the principles of shared space, discerning design and forward-thinking transport can turn a space into a true place.
01 City Lovers
Being a city dweller doesn’t mean getting lost in the masses. Cities draw individuals but as more people choose to live in them there is an opportunity to maintain a community mindset, share space as neighbours and embrace the vibrancy that urban living provides.
People… Read more
Five major multi-residential projects under construction
1 March 2016
With five of our major multi-residential projects now under construction, the next couple of years will see the reveal of some of our most exciting and sophisticated designs yet as they continue to take shape amongst the iconic skylines of Sydney and Melbourne.
By 2020, Koichi Takada Architects will have a total of 166,728 m2 complete, offering 1,928 beautifully designed apartments across some of Sydney and Melbourne’s most sought after residential addresses.
Skye by Crown Group
GFA: 37,553 m2
ARC by Crown Group
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East Village in the running for three awards
1 March 2016
Since its launch in 2014, East Village has already won four awards and was short-listed for several more. It is now in the running for the 2016 Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards. It has made it into the short-list of not only one, but three categories: Best Mixed Use Development, Best Shopping Centre Development, and Best Sustainable Development.
The national awards program, now in its 34th year, celebrates Australia’s property development and investment industries. This year’s awards program has been narrowed down to 136 finalists in 18… Read more