Wynyard Walk – Sydney

LOCATION:           SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
ADDRESS:             Wynyard walk tunnel Station
YEAR:                     FEB 16 – Jul 16
AREA:                     850 SQM
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Wynyard Walk is a 180-metre-long pedestrian link that connects Wynyard Station with the developing western corridor of the Sydney CBD, ending at the Barangaroo waterfront and future commercial precinct.
AR-MA was engaged by CPB to provide 3-dimensional detail resolution of its bespoke interior fit-out and all fabrication information to realise the complexities of the Woods Bagot design.
As Project Lead, my responsibilities ranged from cross-systems design and management to project-specific computational tool development.
Our focus on developing data driven, parametric models also offered the flexibility to absorb design and on-site changes in order to more fluently co-ordinate with structures, sound and lighting systems.
This “direct-to-fabrication” process assisted in bridging the gap between design and fabrication whereby our 3D outputs formed the basis of manufacturing packages as well as offering CPB the agility to manage high-complexity geometries and low-tolerance assemblies with minimal risk.
This resulted in over 700 perforated SS panelling, 40 types of primary and secondary light fixtures, steel-work and other customised elements installed successfully.
COLLABORATORS
ARCHITECT : WOODS BAGOT
CONTRACTOR : CPB
FABRICATION CONSULTANT : AR-MA
PERFORATED STAINLESS STEEL PANELS :  STODDARD
DESIGN TEAM:
ROB BESON (DIRECTOR), GABRIELE ULACCO (DIRECTOR), GUIDO MACIOCCI (PROJECT Leader),
MASSIMILIANO MANNO (PACKAGE LEADER), MIRCO BIANCHINI (PACKAGE LEADER), DAVID GE (DESIGNER)
PHOTO CREDITS:
AR-MA
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