Heritage Architect offers thoughts on wHY’s design
Excerpt from the article: “Ever since Sydney Opera House was built in the 1970s, architects have sought to create ‘iconic’ architecture. They all too often forget that context is vital to any architectural design. The Sydney site demanded an “icon”. Princes Street Gardens palpably does not. The other short-listed designs were quite unnecessarily attention-seeking. If there must be a Concert Arena, the judges have chosen the best design.” Read more at The Herald.