This incredible project will help to build on the partnerships between the UNSW health institutions on the Randwick Health Campus, with the design team working to collaboratively create a world-class precinct that delivered an integrated approach to Connecting with Country. The defining feature is a central plaza that acts as a 'Green Heart', while adding 2500 square meters of north-facing open public space mean the precinct will become a welcoming and sun-soaked area for visitors, students, and staff.
The public domain and landscape have been designed to respond to the long and layered history of the place. Responses to cultural history will be expressed through the design of the ground plane, planting, furniture, play elements and paving. The narrative developed for the project recognises the endemic landscape types of Randwick within the intersect of ‘headland to swamp.
We look forward to bringing you more updates on the HTH as the development unfolds.
You can read more about this upcoming project here.