A chronicle of our projects, thoughts and drawings.
20•03•2020 — Blog
Designed by LFA in collaboration with Tonkin Zulaika Greer in 2000, Centric was the first residential stage of Victoria Park, comprising 46 apartments and 16 terrace houses.
This video offers a rare insight into one of Centric’s terraces and demonstrates the enduring quality of good design and density done well.
06•03•2020 — Blog
A recent article by Frasers Property Australia chronicled the 50-year realisation of The Waterfront at Shell Cove project.
Our contribution to this unique project as master planner, landscape designer and town planner spans over three decades – from securing Ministerial
Consent for the boat harbour, to the award-winning concept design, and to the detailed designed guidelines for each of the residential precincts.
It’s a testament to our longevity as a truly visionary and interdisciplinary practice.
18•12•2019 — Blog
It’s been another successful year for LFA
In urban design, we’ve continued to build on the strengths of our previous work, having been retained by Georges River Council and Fairfield City Council to envision the revitalisation of Beverly Hills Town Centre and Fairfield City Centre.
Our work on new communities and priority precincts for State Government is set to resume in the new year in line with the Governments’ new approach to precinct planning.
In planning, we’ve contributed to the approval of two more precincts at Shell Cove, Precincts F and G. We’ve also continued to assist the Greater Sydney Commission with various projects.
In architecture, we’re pleased to have designed the first approved apartment building complex in the Castle Hill Showground Station Precinct, Oriel by CBD Core.
Thanks to all our valued clients and collaborators for the achievements of 2019 and we look forward to working within you again in 2020.
04•11•2019 — News
We are pleased to announce our recent engagement to undertake Precinct and Early Works Planning for the redevelopment of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Campus alongside Jacobs, MSJ and Capital Insight.
The ‘ideas team’ will be responsible for brainstorming the best options to encourage learning, collaboration, interconnection, industry engagement and development, both within the campus and to the wider Camperdown Innovation Precinct.
The Hospital is a vital element in Sydney’s Innovation Corridor, one of the city’s largest and most comprehensive health and education precincts.
Work is underway and we are looking forward to creatively exploring solutions to the challenges the project presents.