Wednesday, 6 July 2022

Eveleigh, pavilion

This public pavilion and sculptural landmark is located in the Village Square in the redeveloped former railway yards, in the inner city suburb of Eveleigh. The Interchange Pavilion was created by by University of Sydney lecturer, artist and sculptor Chris Fox in 2020. It draws inspiration from the precinct’s rail history combining over 250 metres of stainless steel ground rails, 15 tonnes of robotically moulded glass reinforced concrete and 1400 pieces of router cut hardwood. This material is supported by a 14 tonne structure made up of over 1650 pieces of digitally fabricated aluminium to create a 350 square-metre public art installation.


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