GASP – stage 2

Status Completed Location Glenorchy / Tasmania / Australia Team Lead Architect: Thomas Bailey
Design Team: Megan Baynes, James Wilson, Aaron Roberts, Ryan Cawthorn, Nathan Crump.
Photographer Ben Hosking Awards AIA National Architecture Award - Urban Design - 2014

AIA Tasmanian Architecture Award - Urban Design, Named Award -
Dirk Bolt Award for Urban Design 2014

CCAA State Public Domain Award 2013

GASP stage two is the penultimate gesture of the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park (GASP!) .  It is composed of architecture that responds to  the scale of the surrounding landform.  Blunt forms frame and command the superlative Tasmanian landscape.  Colour and architecture have been used as a vehicle for  re-evaluation and re-appreciation of place.  The re-forming of the shoreline embraces the expanse of Elwick Bay, the bay becomes integral to the experience, a unity has been created.

http://gasp.org.au

Length: 3km
Materials: Timber, stainless steel, concrete, glass & paint.
Completion: 2013
Client: Glenorchy City Council

Funded by the Australian Government, Tasmanian State Government and the Glenorchy City Council.