Student Project | Contemporary Intersections | Priya Bukte

‘Contemporary Intersections’ seeks to converge and cohesively integrate several complex aspects of Ngargee Park (Albert Park’s Fitzroy Street Precinct) whilst adopting a contemporary approach. These aspects include: intersecting colonial dominated St. Kilda junction with the Boon Wurrung’s culturally significant Ngargee Tree within the landscape; connecting the lively civic plaza of the park with the tranquil immersive edge; creating a transition from the highly commercialized Fitzroy Street to the serene Albert Park; and, taking into account the displacement that the site has endured in the past while emplacing present-day needs onto the site.

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