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Egan Street Apartments and Office adaptive reuse, 2006, Newtown, NSW.


23-25 Egan Street, Newtown, constructed in 1922, offered a simple architectural form, utilitarian finishes, original timber trusses, colourful painted signs and artefacts of industrial archaeology worthy of conservation. The project was the adaptive re-use as apartments and studio. Despite the small dimensions of the site, measuring only 27m x 8m, the team arrived at a design to create 3 apartments, with a separate studio shopfront.

Neil Mackenzie, Heidi Pronk, Julie Mackenzie, Jason Veale, Kieran McInerney Architects In Association


National Trust award for Adaptive re-use - 23-25 Egan Street Newtown.

RAIA awards - Multiple housing 23-25 Egan Street Newtown.

RAIA awards - Presidents award for an outstanding contribution to architecture - 23-25 Egan Street Newtown.

RAIA awards - Ecologically Sustainable Design. - 23-25 Egan Street Newtown. 


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