The Food Innovation Precinct Western Australia is a state of the art facility has been designed to inspire Western Australian growers and producers, to build a robust and vibrant food and beverage manufacturing sector. The precinct pays homage to the regions unique identity through cohesive detailing that balances industrial and agricultural characteristics.
Our vision was to imbue the facility’s design with a progressive character, developing a unity throughout the precinct with particular form and material selection, whilst maintaining a uniqueness to each of the individual facilities through various combinations of those selections.
The exposed steel frame and bracing alongside the dark shiplap cladding defines a narrative of farming and agricultural facilities, while natural timber panels are also fashioned to create external harmony that frame the transient social spaces. Unpolished concrete, brickwork and dense landscaping are used to create an external environment that is congenial to the built form.
Chris Egan, Design Architect
Dan Machaj, Construction Service Documentation Updates
Fion Koh, Construction Service Documentation Updates
Hoss Zamani, Documentation
Lauren Green, Documentation
Luke Spiccia, Project/ Construction Coordination
Martin Dubojski, Documentation
Michael Kirkovski, Documentation
Mizan Othman, Documentation
Rick Gartner, Project lead / Documentation and Construction director
Wanchee Koh, Documentation
E Rated, Energy Compliance
EPCAD, Landscape Consultant
LCI Consultants, Services Consultant
Lucid Consulting, Services Consultant
Peritas Group, Structural and Civil Engineering
Realcom, Project Manager
Resolve Group, BCA Consultant
Reverberate, Acoustic Consultant