This project extending over 41 tower floors and 14 plaza building floors of Harry Seidler’s Iconic Australia Square in Sydney includes the refurbishment of lobbies, toilets, and amenities as well as the provision of new Executive End-of-Trip facilities within an area of the existing basement carpark.
Marina Abramovic: In Residence has concluded at Pier 2/3 Walsh Bay. Kaldor Public Art Projects commissioned Harry Seidler + Associates to provide design of project spaces, residency pods and furnishings for this pioneering project for world renowned performance artist Marina Abramovic.
A development application has been lodged for the renewal of the public spaces at the MLC Centre Sydney. The project proposal restores the original clarity of the design completed in 1978 and introduces new program designed to stand apart but employ an architectural language consistent with Harry Seidler’s later works.
The owners of Riverside Centre in Brisbane have continued refurbishment of commercial floors, amenities, lobbies and lift cars. Harry Seidler + Associates’ design reinforces the integrity of the original Seidler Gesamtkunstwerk
Construction has commenced for a new retail precinct, public plaza and executive facilities at Grosvenor Place in Sydney. Five new food and beverage tenancies are set to activate a new North Plaza precinct.
Harry’s Park garnered a Commendation in the Precincts category of the Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia Public National Domain Awards for 2013.
The jury commented: Similar forms, elements and finishes to the adjoining Harry Seidler buildings compliment and recall a fabulous architect … The park has been welcomed as a valuable addition to the Sydney Harbour public domain.
Harry Seidler and Associates have designed Kaldor Public Art Projects’ 13 Rooms exhibition within the heritage listed Piers 2 and 3 at the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct in Sydney.
The architecture of 13 Rooms was conceived to provide spaces for thirteen performances art works by thirteen international artists. The exhibition concluded in April 2013.
The Museum of Estonian Architecture will be opening a Harry Seidler Exhibition on 3 October and will be on display to the public until 25 November before continuing on a tour of other cities.