Images of the new Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct (SICEEP) are being featured in an exhibition at the prestigious Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
The images are digital renderings of the HASSELL + Populous designed venue at Darling Harbour, a project being delivered by the NSW Government.
The images are part of an exhibition called Cut ‘n’ Paste that explores the relationship between collage and architecture. It is on view until 1 December at MoMA’s Architecture and Design gallery.
Populous Senior Principal Richard Breslin said:
Populous has a global reputation in the design of large scale public buildings, including convention and exhibition centres, as well as arenas and theatres and the Sydney precinct has set a new benchmark in venue design. Digital modelling imagery is a great tool we use round the world as it’s an effective means of communicating concepts as design develops, enabling significant projects to come to life for all stakeholders.