Irving Street Brewery, repurposed building, Tzannes architects, Sekisui House, Frasers Property, power plant, Sydney, mixed-use development, green architecture

The project is part of A $2 billion scheme developed by Frasers Property and Sekisui House, which will include shops, a hotel, student housing and a public park. The metallic appearance of the plant contrasts with the existing brewery’s red brick facade.

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Irving Street Brewery, repurposed building, Tzannes architects, Sekisui House, Frasers Property, power plant, Sydney, mixed-use development, green architecture

“The built form of the project needed to provide a memorable expression of this important new technology within the urban context while also meeting the demanding technical requirements of the cooling towers and enhancing the heritage significance of the buildings,” the designers said.

Irving Street Brewery, repurposed building, Tzannes architects, Sekisui House, Frasers Property, power plant, Sydney, mixed-use development, green architecture

The design firm added, “This project delivers significant community benefits through both the provision of a highly energy efficient method of supplying power as well as hot and cold water to a significant new mixed-use development on the fringes of the city as well as providing a model of how this new technology can be integrated with an important historic structure.”

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