We acknowledge the Gadigal
People of the Eora Nation as the
traditional custodians of the
land on which we live and work.

Kirribilli Pilot Project—IdentityCampaignsIllustrationBuilt environment
WorkBlock object (1086)

 View to Bligh street

This project was completed for North Sydney Council and was a collaboration between Garbett and landscape architects Turf Design and involved the temporary transformation of Kirribilli's Burton Street (between Broughton Street and Humphrey Place) from a busy, congested road into a peaceful mini-plaza, complete with new furniture, planters and lighting, and a striking colourful design scheme.

WorkBlock object (1087)

Bligh Street

WorkBlock object (1088)

Burton Street

Umbrella designs

WorkBlock object (1089)

“The project was developed as a quick turnaround public space activation to address post-Covid lockdown issues and increase outdoor trading for cafés and restaurants, and to make a new community node for gathering and interaction. This short-term activation was designed to speed up the testing of road closures and to provide a new layer of energy and vibrancy to the village area.”  - Simeon King, Turf Design

WorkBlock object (1081)

 Concrete Bollards

WorkBlock object (1082)

  Concrete Bollards

.

WorkBlock object (1084)

Fish lanterns

WorkBlock object (1085)

Fish lanterns