|Bark design Visitor Information Centre in Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia|
|Friday, 15 January 2010 08:41|
Photographs by Christopher Frederick Jones
Architecture can be inspired from Nature, and the architects at Bark design drew their inspiration creatively. Starting with the simplest natural element of landscape - a leaf..... something natural, organic, sculptural, folding, undulating, sheltering which reaches up dynamically for the light informed design of
Beneath the ‘canopy’, the visitors’ experience is inextricably linked to the surrounding natural landscape qualities, site and climate as it allows Northern light and winter sun through the space and onto the footpath whilst the roof cantilevers over the street to enable a larger and more ambiguous arrival and gathering experience of inside and outside space - the main public visitor information space becomes part of the life of the street.
|Last Updated on Friday, 29 January 2010 17:23|