Frankston (Re)United

supermanoeuvre en tant que Lead Architect.

Frankston (Re)United sees the new train station as the catalyst and crucial first step in the long term reclamation of the urban void created by the current rail infrastructure that currently separates the city of Frankston in two.

The scheme sought the reunification of the city through the addition of a chain of new, diverse and positive public spaces, with enhanced pedestrian connections flanked by an iconic, efficient train station.

Caption

The sweeping timber roof serves as a powerful symbol of the wider city and a primary driver of the city’s future ambitions and prosperity.

Frankston (Re)United was runner-up in the 2017 Frankston Station Design Competition jointly conducted by the Office of the Victorian Government Architect (OVGA) and the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR). 

Crédits de projet
Lead Architect
Architects and Landscape Architects
Sustainability Consultants
Fiche technique du produit

Featured Projects
Latest Products
News