"In the heart of Sydney sits Wynyard Walk, a fully accessible pedestrian link focused on fluidity. Using large, sinuous volumes of space without any physical interruptions for pedestrians to walk in, the design challenges the perception of a commute by shifting the emphasis from efficiency of travel to the quality of experience.
The design concept draws on the natural geology of the Sydney Basin, with its landscape of deep cliffs, gorges, beaches and estuaries carved by erosion. This inspired certain materials, such as concrete and stone to ground the project, while lighter elements such as glass and metal provide airy canopies that filter natural and artificial light."
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