Indigenous Australian Galleries | PTW | Architecture

National Gallery of Australia - South Entrance and Indigenous Australian Galleries

This project involves analysis of various aspects of the National Gallery of Australia building with the aim of reinforcing and enhancing the architecture of the existing building.

The primary focus is on the gallery entry which will be enhanced through the creation of a new ground level entry, activation of the ground level, and improved visibility and vehicle circulation. New entry facilities will include a function space, reception, cloaking, a small auditorium, bookshop, and café.

Opportunities for the display of art at entry will be created and the project will release space within the existing building for the display of art.






2008 PTW Architects
Location: Canberra, ACT, Australia
Client: National Gallery of Australia

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