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BEELIAR GATEWAY
BEELIAR DRIVE
COCKBURN, WA

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A scheme to put some grandness and utility into an otherwise dusty promenade.

2014
Nic Brunsdon, Anika Kalotay, Serena Pangestu, //thedeadpixelproject


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MANY 6160
(OLD MYER DEPARTMENT STORE)
2 NEWMAN COURT
FREMANTLE, WA

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20,000m2 of re-imagined floorspace. New Retail, Production, Events.
many6160.com/

2013
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George
photos by vanity projects


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YESTERDAY, TODAY, INFINITY
OLD TREASURY BUILDING FORECOURT
PERTH CBD, WA

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An infinity wall for the city. A 12-hour delay feedback loop tracing memory.

2013
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George, Josh Cobb-Diamond


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ENDERSLEA BARN HOUSE
CHITTERERING VALLEY, WA

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Artists' Residency

2013
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George, Serena Pangestu, Anika Kalotay and Nick Dalziell


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MARTUMILI ARTS FACILITY & GALLERY
NEWMAN, WA

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Have hole. Use hole.
Invited competition. Commendation (Third place).

"This scheme proposed a bold and brave idea of utilising mine site overburden from Mt Whaleback to create berms within which the facility was nestled.
It represented a compelling and poetic response to place which was well considered and beautifully presented." - jury


2012
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George, Jordan Blagaich, Hannah Bartlett-Wynne, Malissa Benjamins


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TANGRAM KIOSKS
KINGS SQUARE
FREMANTLE, WA

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Itinerant trading shape games.

2012
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George


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MARKET GARDEN
WESTGATE MALL
FREMANTLE, WA

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Food in a lane.

2012
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George


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MOANA
HAY ST MALL
PERTH, WA

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A re-purposed ballroom.
moanachambers.com

2012
Nic Brunsdon, Beth George, Jordan Blagaich
photos by Thom Perry

2014 WA Architecture Awards
Shotlisted: Interiors
Commendation: Heritage

“The Moana Chambers project returns a glorious 1900s building to the everyday life of Hay Street.

A set of small and careful moves articulate new works from old, making for a project that, with only a shoe-string budget, has brought a broad audience inside the walls of a grand structure after more than ten years of vacancy.

Once wrapped in plasterboard and plywood, its foyer now leads the observer off the mall, past gleaming brass cabinets, up a timber and wrought iron stair – all aired for the first time in decades – past the heavy beams that tell the story of the building’s construction and into the old, high ceilinged dining space.

Here, a gallery greets you, standing between a balcony-café that overlooks the Mall and a co-working space. The architectural works throughout are subservient to the detail of the original building, standing free of its walls and ceilings and constructing clean lines through the space.

The materials of the new work are stark and raw, legible against the existing. The gallery is wrapped in jarrah, seeming to emerge from the floor and reach for the ceiling. Wherever possible, the story, character and texture of the Chambers pervade”
. - Jury