Jan
13

KI Studio’s ideas endorsed

posted on January 13th 2016 in KI News with 0 Comments

The Bays Precinct* UrbanGrowth NSW

‘The Call for Great Ideas was an open process, established on the premise that many minds working together can come up with great ideas.’ (UrbanGrowth)

As an urban design firm based within the precinct, KI Studio are passionate about the future of the area and submitted nine ideas to the “Great Ideas” initiative, and were delighted that two of these were accepted for publication by UrbanGrowth .

 

Transforming Bays to Clean Water – our ambitious sustainability proposal to clean White and Blackwattle Bays’ water to enable Sydneysiders and tourists to swim in the Bays in 20 years time.

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Silo Rehabilitation – innovative, adaptive reuse ideas for the obsolete silo structures to express the cultural heritage of the area and engage the community.

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KI Studio’s other innovative ideas related to public space, transport and connectivity, inclusive housing, social cohesiveness, the fish markets, Glebe Island, the foreshore, and rehabilitation of industrial facilities.

 

 

More info

There are many other amazing ideas that can be viewed in the Call for Great Ideas in their original form on The Bays Precinct website: www.thebayssydney.com.au

Also, review the compendium of the best of the Great Ideas, as identified by the Independent Assessment Panel. (http://thebayssydney.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/CFGI_Compendium_v10_WEB.pdf) and the transformation plan report (http://thebayssydney.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/TheBaysPrecinct_Transformation_Plan_FULL_Oct15_WEB.pdf)

 

*The Bays Precinct comprises 95 ha of government land and 5.5 kilometres of harbour front along White Bay, Blackwattle Bay, Johnston Bay and Rozelle Bay, including landmarks such as Glebe Island, White Bay Power Station and The Fish Market. UrbanGrowth NSW was commissioned to lead the transformation of The Bays Precinct into a vibrant hub of enterprise, activity and beautiful spaces. To encourage public participation and include as many people as possible in the transformation of The Bays Precinct, UrbanGrowth conducted a Call for Great Ideas, calling on anyone to share their vision for the future of the Precinct. (Urban Growth)