CODA was one of three practices shortlisted on the international Kings Square design competition, initiated by the City of Fremantle to create a new civic centre for the town.
Our team worked passionately to develop a scheme that elegantly references the past whilst elevating Fremantle’s central heart to a place of urban connections and civic delight. Our scheme created a magical interior, a place of shade, play and activity within a joyous and colourful Urban Room. We saw the Urban Room to be a place of civic and community pride; a space to hold events day and night, all year round, ...
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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
The Match Group engaged CODA to provide Design Development services for an entry level apartment project in North Coogee which had a previous Development Approval for 81 dwellings. CODA completed the design review within 10 weeks and most significantly, increased … More
Fremantle Ports has engaged CODA to provide Urban Design services in the preparation of three ‘enabling’ Precinct Plans for the Commercial Precinct of Victoria Quay, the areas surrounding the Fremantle Train Station and Pioneer Park. CODA will lead a multidisciplinary … More
Emma Williamson is part of a jury (that includes Zaha Hadid!) which will be deciding the winner of this year’s Cinecity Architectural Film Competition. The event is part of part of a fringe project that will run alongside the Australian … 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