Australian practice Kerstin Thompson Architects designed additional facilities for the Bundanon Art Museum in New South Wales, including a flood bridge containing residences and educational spaces. The cluster of buildings is built to withstand the landscape’s conditions, pushing the museum underground and raising the education centre on a flood bridge.
The judges commented:
‘A series of sensitive and elegant additions to the landscape, this project responds to flood and fire risks in a way that promotes ecological awareness and creates generous spaces for living and learning.’
Thanks to the jury for recognising Bundanon and gratitude to our project team and collaborators.
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