Prism Facades, Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre

Name
Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre

Location
Rooty Hill, Australia

Architect
Cox Architecture

Client
Rooty Hill RSL

Date
Due for Completion in 2019

Undulating precast concrete panels and bespoke miniaturised window and curtain wall systems combine to form a technically challenging building form.

The prominent RSL in Western Sydney is broadening its community services and extending its presence with the construction of a new 2000-seat performing arts centre.

Designed by Cox Architecture, the unique undulating facade features vertical precast concrete panels, with inset slot windows. The facade also features ‘pop out’ glazed viewing boxes, and a glazed bridge linking the performing arts centre to the main building.

Prism Facades have been engaged to provide facade design and consultancy services throughout all stages of the project.

Prism Facades, Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre

Undulating Building Form
Exterior precast concrete and glass facade (image courtesy of Cox Architects)

Prism Facades, Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre
Prism Facades, Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre

Window System Details
Bespoke window system design prepared by Prism Facades