Prior to its unveiling in 2012, the site was an infamous ‘hole in the ground’ for over 20 years and had been voted one of the ugliest features in the city. Today, the new tower and public domain aims to ‘knit’ the site together, leveraging off previously abandoned heritage buildings, to create alfesco dining spaces and high quality public sphere.
Read more about Brookfield Place here.
Brookfield Place was recently recognised for design excellence at the WA Architecture Awards winning best building for Commercial, Urban Design and Heritage.
Image courtesy of Fenella Kernebone.