Nestled in a row of warehouses on the northern flank of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Bay 9 is part of Lavender Bays dynamic Middlemiss community. A century-old concrete part of the Harbour Bridge structure with walls drenched in natural sunlight by dramatic floor to ceiling steel and glass windows. This development at Bay 9 will be a selection of chic, self-contained work pods, shared offices and conference rooms all spanning three levels. On the ground floor there will be
Tucked beneath the heritage warehouses on the northern approach to the harbour bridge fronting a cool Melbourne-like laneway at Lavender Bay, Bay 9, which is due for completetion in December 2015, is part of the growing Middlemiss Street community. Next door is Bay 10, home of Barista Nathan Devlin’s cool espresso bar; The Body Mechanic, a specialist bike fit, gait analysis and physio outfit run by a bunch of elite athletes; and hot new tech start-up Pod Tracker. It’s a stunn
We like it when Brenchley Architects is named as an exemplary example of sustainability, and we like it more when it comes from Councils who work with that aim high on their agenda. While the park Street Property may be loved from his television appearances in The Block in 2014, she has been lauded in New York winning a best sustainable building at The Architizer awards, and now she is taking pride of place on the Bess website, which promotes sustainable design
The excitement level at Brenchley Architects this week, is super high, as we have been working on a project that is aking to lego for grown ups! The sketch pictured is for a proposed commercial fitoutin an existing high bay warehouse using shipping containers, stacked and transversing in to walkways and voids that create a useable, and ultimately low impact and removable space.
The brief required a flexible creative space for sole traders and small businesses to use