Our client, Pilbara Health Network (PHN), has received funding from the Federal Department of Health and Aging to construct and manage a Super Clinic. The facility is being developed as a hub for GP, Allied Health, Mental Health and ancillary health services for the Karratha region as well as providing educational programmes and clinical training in regional health.
Our brief is to use the building design and planning to enable best practice health care facility management. The design needs to respond to the cultural values of indigenous clients; particularly how they experience enclosed spaces and the understanding of cultural traditions for ...
ClientPilbara Health Network
As part of the Town of Cottesloe Foreshore Redevelopment, CODA has been engaged in the design of new public facilities located on the northern end of the beachfront. The key objectives of the project are to enhance the overall Cottesloe … More
CODA and Broderick Architects were commissioned to undertake masterplanning and architectural design of the new campus for Bunbury Catholic College, located on a greenfield site in Australind. An extensive education brief has guided the design of a campus that will … More
Kings Square sits at the geographical and civic heart of Fremantle and the aim of the strategy is to reinstate the Square and its surrounding sites as an important social and commercial hub for the city centre. Amendment 49 to … More
30 Foot Gorilla is the most recent project belonging to Shah Turner, a Perth based landscape architect and designer. Using podcasts as a vehicle for conversation, 30 Foot Gorilla is Shah’s attempt an initiating conversation with creative individuals on the subject … More
Tusculum Interstate Speaker Series: Urban Impacts
Emma Williamson presented an insightful overview of the CODA practice and Western Australian architecture at the Tusculum Speaker Series held at the NSW chapter of the AIA on 13 August 2013. The series focused on the Urban Impacts of … More