contemporary parish facilities, designed to serve the second 150 years.
a translucent extension headlines a raft of improvements to this sports pavilion
A translucent light box coupled with galvanised cross atop a tower calls the community to StJames the Great
a cluster of dark shingle clad bays extend this Heritage Victoria registered church.
a frameless glazed foyer welcomes worshippers to an 1880s inner city church.
a kindergarten for four year olds continues the tactile expression of the playground into its building fabric
glazed extension to the church and parish centre connect the parish to the community
a church that proclaims to the street - a single space divisible into three: hospitality, worship and meeting
a series of strategic, environmentally conscious interventions
the first church to be planted by the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne in over 100 years
precast skillion roofed pavilions house a counselling centre and pastoral offices as the first stage of redevelopment
a parish centre with laminated jarrah loggia joins an 1865 red brick church with the modern 1969 concrete block church
a landmark multi-storey community centre with a permeable circulation spine offering access to public spaces and facilities
a dynamic glazed foyer welcomes visitors and provides a venue for community hospitality, unifying the worship space and hall into one complex
multi-stage project to update and rejuvenate a 1970s church