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Lighthouse at Darling Park shortlisted for WAF 2023

The Lighthouse at Darling Park has been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards in the Future Project: Commercial mixed-use category.

WAF represents the world’s biggest live-judged architectural awards program, with projects selected by an international panel comprised of 140 industry experts representing 43 different countries.

As Executive Architects, Architectus is working alongside Henning Larsen Architects who have designed the vibrant new foreshore mixed-use neighbourhood, connecting Sydney Harbour directly to the commercial core of the CBD. The Lighthouse will be a city-shaping destination, an integral part of the urban fabric that blends nature, recreation, culture, and commerce to create captivating spaces that give back to the city and its people.

The immense urban realm includes 10, 000 m2 of parklands, making it the most expansive addition of public space that central Sydney has seen in a century.

Congratulations to the project team and all shortlisted for the WAF awards.

Winners will be revealed at the World Architecture Festival, taking place at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 29 November to 1 December. 

Read more about the Lighthouse at Darling Park project here 

Cockle Bay Sydney
Cockle Bay Sydney