Studio update: Exciting new projects and progress at Furfaro Architects

As we reach the halfway point in the year, Furfaro Architects are pleased to announce the progress of some exciting new projects that are currently in the works.

Design Developments

Our team has been working diligently on the design developments of several projects, including:

  1. Two mixed-use developments in Terrigal, Central Coast
  2. A proposed dwelling in Watsons Bay, Eastern Suburbs
  3. A modification to an existing heritage site in Roseville, Upper North Shore

These projects showcase our commitment to creating innovative and sustainable designs that cater to our clients' unique needs and preferences.

DA Submissions

We are also excited to share that two of our projects are currently in for DA (Development Application) submission:

  1. A proposed dwelling in Denham Court, South-West Sydney
  2. Proposed alterations and additions in Lane Cove, Lower North Shore

Another mixed-use development is set to go in for DA submission within the upcoming weeks, further expanding our portfolio of diverse and engaging projects.

Upcoming CC Submission

A proposed multi-dwelling residence located in Umina is also set to go in for CC (Construction Certificate) over the next few weeks. This development consists of 5 large luxury units over basement car parking, highlighting our expertise in designing high-quality residential spaces that provide both comfort and functionality.

At Furfaro Architects, we pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of architectural design and innovation. As we continue to work on these exciting projects, we look forward to sharing our progress and achievements with you in the future. Stay tuned for more updates, and thank you for your continued support.

Local Developments - Liverpool Civic Centre

Projected to be the largest public project in Liverpool’s CBD, the development of Liverpool’s Civic Centre is set to provide new public spaces, community facilities and job opportunities to cater for the growth and development of South west Sydney.

Located at 52 Scott Street, Liverpool, the mixed-use development will include new Council offices and Council Chambers, a new city library and community hub, a civic plaza fronted by retail facilities, and a basement public carpark. Apart from the approved master plan, the site will also make way for a 24-storey A-grade commercial office building, comprising 19 commercial office levels, lower ground and upper ground retail floor space, and a 9-storey hotel, housing up to84 rooms.

The $600million dollar development revitalises and enhances the southern end of Liverpool CBD and contributes to the city's environmental, social, and economic factors. As the city grows and becomes one of the most diverse and inclusive populations, the precinct aims to bring the surrounding residents together to create a more vibrant and social urban environment.

Designed by FJC Studio, the new public library will become the most prominent building onsite, sitting on the corner of Scott and Macquarie Streets. Distinctive for its circular form, the inspiration of the project reflects the junction of fresh and saltwater of the Georgia’s River, an eddy bringing the waters of the river together. Noticeable on the façade, the building creates a picture window vista and continually changing patterns of use.

Stage one of the master plan is expected to be completed later in 2023 with the opening of the new council chambers and officers, public library, art gallery and public square. Construction on stage two is expected to begin shortly, which will include a nine-storey hotel and commercial tower.

The development of Liverpool Civic Centre is an exciting step forward in the growth and development of Southwest Sydney, and we look forward to seeing what’s next.

If you would like to discuss your project with us and how we can help you succeed, contact us today.

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