The Primary Create team recently braved one of Sydney’s coldest days this year to film at the iconic Bondi Beach for Lockhart-Krause Architects, for what is to be a part of a celebration marking the successful development application (DA) approval of the much-anticipated Bondi Surf Club renovation.
Lockhart-Krause Architects was commissioned to design alterations and additions to upgrade the club’s connection to community, supporting areas such as disabled access, children, nippers and family friendly areas, education space and address inequality of facilities for female members.
To help document and celebrate the milestone, we had a number of Council, Community and Project representatives willing to share their time to speak about the project and what it meant to the community and the many visitors who flock to the beach year-round.
From Paula Massselos, Mayor of Waverley to Brent Jackson, President of the surf club and Michael Ingrey, representative of the La Perouse Aboriginal Council, everyone spoke passionately about the project and the impact this upgraded facility will have from young to old.
Create is proud to work with Lockhart-Krause Architects to document and celebrate this milestone and looks forward to being part of the project during construction and completion in the near future.
Take a look at the video below and stay tuned for the journey ahead.
By Lauren Lawson
Lauren is Senior Account Manager with Primary Create, working with local, national and international clients, products and campaigns across disciplines and sectors.