COL JAMES STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

3 October 2021

Previously referred to as ‘The Block’, this triangular-shaped site is now home for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students, and non-Indigenous students coming from interstate and overseas. A special site with years of history and the heart of the Aboriginal community, this project, named Col James Student Accommodation, is considerably more than just student accommodation…. Read More

KANGAROO VALLEY FIRE STORM

20 May 2021

Kangaroo Valley Fire Storm explores a personal design and building project Nick undertook in the beautiful Kangaroo Valley just a few hours south of Sydney. Now to say he put his life on the line to save this house – is no where near an understatement. He and a few of his mates and some… Read More

PLACE BOOK

16 September 2020

Placemaking is a process that brings together community values, site observations and design to make spaces that promote activity, wellbeing and harmony. Five considerations when placemaking include a strong people-focus, sustainability, flexibility, context and a commitment to adding value. Recently TURNER has been reflecting on the important things in life and we’ve packaged these thoughts… Read More

STAY BOOK

21 July 2020

Hotel and Hospitality Design is a large part of what we do at TURNER. The STAY BOOK presents a selection of projects of all scales and disciplines within the office.

GOLD BOOK

9 July 2020

Environmental graphics are a strategic and integral part of our architectural process. TURNER Graphics, as a seamless part of a large architectural office, have direct access to an enormous range of skills and experience. We work collaboratively with architects, interior designer and marketing teams to translate the client’s brief into design concepts in order to… Read More

FUTURE SPACES: A TURNER FORUM SERIES

30 June 2020

Blending opinions on design and placemaking, economics, and consumer behaviours, both rational and emotional, our panellists brought together a diverse range of insights on our discussion topic: ‘Staying apart, together: how 2020 will impact spaces and places’.