The changing face of architectural representation is the focus of a new exhibition in New York City. Populous and HASSELL’s new Darling Harbour development for the NSW Government finds itself included.
July 11th, 2013
Opening today is “Cut ‘n’ Paste”, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City that looks at “collage as a quintessential technique in contemporary architectural representation”. Forming part of that exhibition will be visuals that communicate the controversial redesign of the Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct at Darling Harbour by HASSELL and Populous.
“For this project our creative design process is enriched by digital modelling as the basis of exploration of ideas, and engagement with our clients. These digital representations also allow the public to better understand the design, and are the first of a series that will successively reveal the refinement of the design proposals for this game changing project,” explains HASSELL Director Ken Maher.
As joint venture partners, HASSELL and Populous won the architectural contract for the design of the new integrated facility which is due for completion in 2016 almost a A$1B capital investment . As part of the broader scope of works HASSELL will also design all open space and parklands within the extensive 20 hectare precinct.
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