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Philip Thalis Oct 24
The new George St on a pleasant Thursday evening; lots of people with plenty of space, enjoying better than average buskers playing, with a new tram just itching to let people on at the Town Hall stop. The new
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Suzette Meade 👩🏻‍🦰 Mar 4
“Sydney does not need another Barangaroo ... which has come to be dominated by private interests with an increasingly small area of public space." I’m with ⁦⁩ on this 💯 disappearing what’s the story ⁦⁩ ?
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Philip Thalis Oct 22
Such uncalled for impositions, even on innocent photographers, increasingly, disturbingly common. Happens @ Circular Quay/Walsh Bay as soon as someone produces a good camera. Public space & it’s monuments belong to us citizens, not paranoid Govts Assert right to
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Shaun Carter May 12
'A throwaway city of junk buildings': Leading architect slams NSW govt over heritage An important speech by professor, architect, urban design, author of & Councillor Truth needs to be spoken to power.
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💧 aconvict Jan 22
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HillThalisArch Apr 4
If serious about greening western Sydney & reducing ‘Urban Heat Island Effect’, a perfect place to start would be rail corridor where there’s flanking streets. Like here in Guildford, Merrylands to W, Granville to E, Parramatta straight on.
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Philip Thalis Mar 29
Reservoir Sentinels; top of adjoining Oxford St. Encircling fences around 2 of the 3 heritage reservoirs at the top of the park. Cast iron & carved sandstone sentinels stand together & apart
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Philip Thalis Oct 26
Never another Barangaroo! By all means let’s heal the wound that the railway corridor has caused in inner Sydney, but priorities must be about public space & connections, with development geared to provide the public benefits
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Suzette Meade 👩🏻‍🦰 Aug 21
In a nutshell 🥜 this is NSW - they don’t call it the for nothing. read more from here
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Matthew Gribben Feb 19
Coming soon..... Hyde Park South Cafe at Museum Station by Andrew Burns Architecture bbbbburns in association with @ Museum railway station
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Philip Thalis Mar 18
On a beautiful autumn morning, exceptionally rare to see no one at all hanging out on Sydney Town Hall steps or along the balustrade. A sense of suspended reality due to , & such an uncharacteristically unhurried ambiance in the streets
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Peter McGregor May 17
What a disgrace Huge uplift in density along and this is the result Where are the where is life robstokesmp No…
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Suzette Meade 👩🏻‍🦰 Jun 5
“This developments will have major implications for the world heritage-listed Parramatta Park and future World Heritage listing of the Female Factory,” North Parramatta Residents Action Group spokeswoman Suzette Meade said.
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Philip Thalis Apr 2
So much to do to improve public works! To counter chronic underinvestment across many decades; -renewables -water recycling -major public transport expansion -active/local & regional transport -schools as community infrastructure -public space improvements -housing !
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Shaun Carter Feb 2
Could this be 's great public harbourside square? Circular Quay - before the Cahill Expressway, and with it. Me: Without the Cahill, based on this info. What would you prefer?
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💧Ultra Quiet Australian 20 Mar 19
Favours to mates? becomes under Libs
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Laura Harding Nov 5
You’ve missed it - but watch for the reprint of the catalogue - Quality Control - by Guillermo Fernandez-Asbascal/Jack Cooper/Luka Enstrom-Gibb. A reflection on the loss of the Govt Architects Office archive - and an era of pride, risk and optimism in making
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Suzette Meade 👩🏻‍🦰 Aug 3
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Benjamin Driver 💧🥵🔥🦠 Nov 9
Sydney looking spectacular for launch last night. One of our best rooms
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HillThalisArch Nov 3
The great civic spaces inside main campus. Surely built to last a 1000+ years & unending use, a rare monumental public space in our city, open to both Broadway outside & the new quad within Master work of
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