Taking a prominent role in the transformation of Barangaroo is globally renowned landscape architect, Kathryn Gustafson of Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN). Having designed Lurie Garden in Chicago and Diana Memorial Fountain in London, Kathryn is responsible for some of the world’s most popular parks.
Discussing her vision for this new part of the Sydney CBD, Kathryn said: “Sydney has one of the most beautiful landscapes and harbours in the world, and Barangaroo South is a vital addition to the city.
GGN’s landscape design creates unique new public places where residents and visitors can enjoy the harbour, in particular around the cove, which will become an outstanding meeting and event place.
“Barangaroo’s waterfront promenade provides the final link in the 14km waterfront walk that runs from Woolloomooloo and the Botanic Gardens, past the Opera House and under the Harbour Bridge, through Barangaroo and on round the harbour to Darling Harbour, Pyrmont and the Anzac Bridge.”
With some of the world’s best architects, Barangaroo South will be Sydney’s most advanced and exciting precinct.