Herzog & de Meuron
Competition
2012-2013
403_CI_1306_524_View_Tower-Evening
403_CI_1306_524_View_Tower-Evening
403_CI_1306_502_View_Platform
403_CI_1306_502_View_Platform
403_CI_1306_508_View_Southbank-Bridge
403_CI_1306_508_View_Southbank-Bridge

403_VD_220915_THUMBNAIL

403_CI_1306_501_View_Tower-Birds-eye
403_CI_1306_501_View_Tower-Birds-eye
403_CI_1306_503_NE_Birdseye
403_CI_1306_503_NE_Birdseye
403_CI_1306_504_View_Plaza
403_CI_1306_504_View_Plaza
403_CI_1306_506_View_Fed-Square-2_crop
403_CI_1306_506_View_Fed-Square-2_crop
403_CI_1306_505_View_SW-Corner
403_CI_1306_505_View_SW-Corner

Drawings

403_DR_1307_002_Masterplan
403_DR_1307_002_Masterplan
403_DR_1306_501_C-SEC-AA
403_DR_1306_501_C-SEC-AA
403_DR_1306_504_C-SEC-DD
403_DR_1306_504_C-SEC-DD
403_DR_1306_510_ELV-N
403_DR_1306_510_ELV-N
403_DR_1306_511_ELV-E
403_DR_1306_511_ELV-E
403_DR_1306_513_ELV-W
403_DR_1306_513_ELV-W

Team

Partners
Project Team
Yasmin Kherad (Associate, Project Manager, Project Architect)
Christian Voss (Project Manager)
Mai Komuro (Project Architect)
Farhad Ahmad
Edyta Augustynowicz (Digital Technology Group)
Katarzyna Billik
Alexandra Butterworth
Benjamin Duckworth (Associate)
Jennifer Gutteridge
Maria Krasteva
Christina Liao
Áron Lőrincz
Martina Palocci
Catia Polido
Kai Strehlke (Digital Technology Group)
Raha Talebi

Facts

Planning
For the Flinders Street Station we have formed a global team with Hassell, Melbourne as local partner architect and with Purcell, London as Heritage consultant. The collaboration combines wide international perspective and experience with deep local knowledge of Melbourne and comprehensive experience in the development and revitalisation of historic buildings. While sharing a common spirit of innovation and responsiveness, each team member also contributes specific expertise. Herzog & de Meuron is a recognised leader in urban cultural vitalisation, public spaces and the revitalisation of historic buildings. Its work can be seen in landmark projects such as the Tate Modern in London and the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. HASSELL brings extensive experience on complex infrastructure and transport projects in Australia, China and South East Asia. It has been in practice in Melbourne since 1948 and has a detailed understanding of the city’s history, culture and civic context. Purcell provides thoughtful and profound expertise as heritage architects. It has worked on many transport projects, including the relocation and restoration of a Victorian era water-tower as part of London’s St Pancras station redevelopment.