Architectural Design Competition
The Competition is now closed
The City of Joondalup congratulates Ashton Raggatt McDougall Pty Ltd (ARM Architecture) on winning the Joondalup Performing Arts and Cultural Facility Architectural Design Competition.
ARM Architecture was one of four architects identified to progress to Stage Two of the Joondalup Performing Arts and Cultural Facility Architectural Design Competition, which saw each architect develop a conceptual design for the facility in response to a brief provided by the City.
The four conceptual designs are available for viewing below.
View more information on the Joondalup Performing Arts and Cultural Facility.
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Submission One: ARM Architecture
Our design hinges on capturing an immutable quality that belongs to the location, the region and the community of that place. This part of the Swan Coastal Plain and in particular the Yanchep-Joondalup chain is an old coastal dune system, over Tamala limestone. This undulating stone surface is a static illustration of the effect of water and its presence within the area of Joondalup - “the lake that glistens”. View the full profile.
Submission Two: Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau and Iredale Pedersen Hook
It is our belief, from an observation of life and the part played by places of entertainment and creativity that they should offer themselves as something more than just a collection of ‘set-piece’ experiences. They should be memorable but friendly. Unambiguously well facilitated but suggesting that you can do more things than you expected – at every turn. View the full profile.
Submission Three: Cox Howlett and Bailey Woodland
The central idea framing the concept is the creation of a ‘glistening’, ‘shining’ form. “Doondalup”, the Nyoongar word Joondalup is derived from describes ‘the lake that glistens’ or ‘place of shining’. This emblem of place, the pure, conical form provides an indelible marker of place. View the full profile.
Submission Four: Kerry Hill Architects
The Joondalup Performing Arts Centre is conceived as a refined, rectilinear volume for the performing and visual arts. Literally, an Art Box. The lyric theatre and studio theatre are located adjacent to each other within a transparent box. View the full profile.
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