High Cube Cafe // Mudgee NSW

High Cube Cafe occupies a gently sloping site at the border of the industrial area in Mudgee. The development embraces its industrial context and rather than opt for a singular built form, the program is divided into 6 individual shipping containers that stack together to provide a sense of enclosure and protection from the main road while embracing the Northern aspect. The project's composition reinforces the edge of the industrial zone while allowing permeability in the program to respond to the site conditions and program. Photography: Amber Hooper from Amber Creative

Winner - 2015 AIA NSW Country Division Architecture Awards - James Barnet Award

Winner - 2015 AIA NSW Country Division Architecture Awards - Public / Commercial Architecture

Joint Winner - 2015 AIA NSW Country Division Architecture Awards - Small Projects

Client – James O’Neil

CAARCH Project Team – Cameron Anderson, Ben Rainsford, Jack White

Contractor – Ryan McGregor Constructions

Structural and Civil Engineer – Barnson P/L

Environmental Consultant – Building Sustainability Assessments

Specialist Sub Contractor – Tiger Containers

 

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