Location Milson Island, Brooklyn, NSW, Australia
Services Building services engineering and sustainable design
Client Sport and Recreation, Community’s NSW
Architect Allen Jack + Cottier Architects
A multipurpose sports hall which can be used as a theatre and performance area used by young children while on recreational camp.
Natural daylight is delivered through the extensive glazing at each side of the building and the skylights throughout. Daylight and thermal comfort modelling was performed to optimise the daylight availability, reduce discomfort glare and ensure a comfortable building throughout the year.
The wing-shape of the corrugated roof creates suction, which is used to draw hot air out of the building through roof turbines, creating an internal cooling effect. Air is drawn into the building through low-level louvres, which run the length of the building, and over large shaded and moist river stones that enhance the cooling effect.
Rainwater is collected from the roof with debris filtered by a riverstone garden, then into an underground tank for irrigation and toilets.
The centre began as two separate projects, a leisure centre and a primary care centre (PCC) that involved two clients, two architects with Cundall being the common denominator providing multidisciplinary services for both.
A 1600m2 extension and refurbishment of the to the existing University sports building to provide students, staff and the general public, including schools and community groups, with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports at all levels of ability, including elite training and performance coaching.
Project comprised of the redevelopment the heritage significant wharf shed along the wharf of Sullivans Cove in Hobart which was built in 1919. The redeveloped shed has been designed to be used for a wide range of activities attracting up to 1500 people without requiring a special permit.
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