It took six years to decontaminate the vast site and its various buildings. Then in 2015, the federal government handed the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust the task of reopening it to the public. Lahznimmo Architects and the landscape design firm Aspect Studios have announced a non-invasive approach designed to preserve the site’s identity. In addition to being a public space, the site’s different buildings have been earmarked for various uses: shops, studios, workshops, exhibition areas, etc. The project was put out to public consultation until 16 August.
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