Project: Designer Dunny Competition - Shortlisted Finalist, Kenilworth, 2015






A succinct, simple, cantilevered architectural solution with a dramatic tapered skillion roof angling up to the northern sky, expressing favourable aspect, vistas of Moore’s original homestead farm-scape, and bluff skyline. The program includes the toilets themselves, and generous circulation edge that allows viewing of northern vistas with interpretive niches set in a thick wall that act as semi privacy screens to the thresholds of the cubicle doors. The niches contain artifacts or cultural items that can change from time to time. This project gains it impetus and visual impact by expressing its structural language derived from the Hinka Booma apple tree. The local community is a vital part of making this gallery concept desirable reinforcing the design as a friendly, welcoming gesture