Genton & Moreau Kusunoki shortlisted for Powerhouse Precinct at Parramatta International Design Competition

Genton in collaboration with Paris-based Moreau Kusunoki are honoured to have been shortlisted for the Powerhouse Precinct at Parramatta International Design Competition.
The Powerhouse Precinct is the largest cultural infrastructure project currently being undertaken in Australia. It will transform and renew one of Australia’s oldest and most important cultural institutions, setting an international benchmark in cultural precinct design.
The international design competition focuses on a 24-hour museum that will showcase the internationally-significant Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences collection and support a dynamic program of changing exhibitions.
New South Wales Minister for the Arts, Don Harwin, made the announcement of the six design teams shortlisted for the landmark new Powerhouse Precinct at Parramatta, Sydney.

 

In alphabetical order:
– AL_A (UK) and Architectus (Australia)
– Bernardes Architecture (Brazil) and Scale Architecture (Australia)
– BVN Architecture (Australia) and Carlo Ratti Associati (Italy)
– CHROFI (Australia) with Reko Rennie (Australia)
– Moreau Kusunoki (France) and Genton (Australia)
– Steven Holl Architects (United States) and Conrad Gargett (Australia)

 

Full details of the competition are available on the competition website.
For all media and competition queries, please contact Malcolm Reading Consultants.
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