Fitzpatrick and Partners’ competition-winning design for an apartment and office complex in Sydney Olympic Park has been submitted for planning approval.
The proposed development would include a 45-storey tower with 464 serviced apartments, a 12-storey office building with ground-floor retail, and two pavilion structures of two and five storeys. The pavilions are intended to act as “urban markers,” reconciling the deep setbacks required for the larger buildings due to the rail corridor and a significant fig tree on the site.
In planning documents, Fitzpatrick and Partners describes the 45-storey tower as “a building in a plaza … a tall singular form with a circular plan.” Its curved form responds to various curved elements throughout Sydney Olympic Park, including the Olympic Park station building.
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