DeNode Surry Hills
deNode is located at 38 Waterloo Street Surry Hills (corner of Adelaide Street).
deNode is located at 38 Waterloo Street Surry Hills (corner of Adelaide Street). Straddling the creative commercial hub of Surry Hills and the residential areas to the east. The building responds to its location and topography with a sculptured concrete form, timber screens, breezeways and extensive landscaping.
deNode has received the highest awards for Multiple Housing in New South Wales and Australia.
• 2011 Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter) Aaron Bolot Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing; and
• 2011 Australian Institute of Architects (National Chapter) Frederick Romberg Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing.
DeNode comprises a palate of robust and natural materials – sculptured concrete, timber, stone and brick – these both enhance the architecture and result in lower maintenance and upkeep.
The apartments are accessed from open breezeways (rather than enclosed corridors) allowing occupants to experience a real sense of the outside. Wintergardens allow occupants to modulate and control their external environment and to enjoy such outdoor spaces throughout the year.
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Photography by Brett Boardman
“It is an outstanding composition of material and form, and a champion of the public and the collective.”
Jury citation, Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter) – Romberg Award