Kann Finch

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Kann Finch
Level 9 50 Carrington Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 Australia

Kann Finch is a multi-disciplinary design group with over 47 years experience. We are committed to achieving successful development outcomes for clients, the wider community and the built environment. We have offices spanning Australia, the middle East and Asia providing expertise and experience across a variety of disciplines including masterplanning, architecture, interior design and urban planning. Our people pride themselves on the delivery of project outcomes tailored to the specific needs of each client taking into account locality, culture, vision, resources and environment.

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Penrith Government Office Building

Penrith, Sydney, Australia, 2009

The building occupies a key gateway site in the centre of Penrith. It has been designed to a 4.5 star ABGR rating. Australian Building Greenhouse Rating (ABGR) and provides a design solution which met true strict spatial brief of the Department of Commerce, while exceeding Penrith Council’s expectations in terms of the quality of the building design. Its environmental sustainability and provision of new high quality public domain.

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East Quarter Stage 1

Hurstville, Sydney, Australia, 2008

Kann Finch Group were selected as the architects and master planner for the preparation of the development application, a 2.8 hectare site, following a design competition involving five of Sydney’s leading architectural practices. The mixed use project consists of seven buildings including 630 apartments and 9700m2 of commercial and retail space. The urban master plan for the site provides a highly permeable and publicly accessible outcome for the site including a public plaza, park and roads forming a new connection between Hurstville Town Centre and Allawah Railway Station. The development of an urban master plan and development application of this size involved the co-ordination and input of a wide range of stakeholders including Hurstville Council, the NSW Government Architect and the local Community.

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Dubai Festival City

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2008

Kann Finch was the master planner, architect and lead consultant for the prominent Dubai Festival City site. The master plan is characterised generally by a curvilinear geometry that reflects the natural free form of the site as expressed in particular by the Creek, Dubai

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