Central Village, Canberra City | AMC Architecture

The Central Village redevelopment has taken a 1980’s city office block and reimagined it as an exciting and active commercial precinct through wholesale improvements to the public realm, better integrating Nara, Allara and Customs Houses, increasing ground level permeability, carefully located retail uses and through refurbishment strategies that meet market needs. improved energy performance and meet NCC standards while preserving the embodied carbon. The central plaza is integral to its success with a beautiful new cafe pavilion, a warm materials palette, preservation and augmentation of existing trees and landscaping, improved microclimate, wayfinding and a sense of safety. The precinct is now fully tenanted as a testament to the success of the project and its market–acceptance.

60 King William Street | Cox Architecture

This landmark CBD development is an all-in-one hub for tenants in a contemporary workplace environment complemented by an array of boutique retail and refined food & beverage offerings.
In a seamless fusion of podium and tower, 60KW is attuned to its context, fostering urban connections, celebrating our cities’ premier commercial boulevard and bestowing a pinnacle of quality-built form for the city of Adelaide.
This project marks a highly successful collaboration with our client Charter Hall, standing as a benchmark for the future of urban renewal in mixed-used developments.

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