© 2022 Daisy Ziyan Zhang


Architecture Design; at Neeson Murcutt Architects, Sydney, 2018
All materials presented here are completed by myself

This project is an aquatic centre in a hetirage listed park – the furthest navigable point by boat during colonial eras, and a fertile place therefore established as the first colonial farm. It is also a place where the Governor’s Domain was transformed to a public park – from authority to recreation. Nowadays, the park is a precious green space at a sloping edge of the major urban centre. It also faces challenges of population growth and dwindling biodiversity. Inspired by multiple cultural reference, such as indigenous waterhole, Asiatic water gardens, Indian and Middlee-Estern step wells, etc. this project is an attemp to create a unique bathing experience for the public.