Alexander Streetfood Park | $700k | Masterplanning

Alexander Streetfood Park is a fusion of streetfood, public space, green space and public art. The proposal was developed for the existing rear service and carpark area of the heritage listed Alexander Building Complex in Mount Lawley. It establishes a local community gathering point at the heart of an existing retail centre. A new public space is activated by a number of takeaway streetfood tenancies located on its perimeter. Functional as well as sculptural alfresco seating elements also incorporate native soft landscaping. The pitched parapet gables which are a dominant visual element of the existing centre were referenced throughout the design of the newstreetscape furniture. The proposal also addresses a number of existing functional issues at the centre including the organisation of the bin store, loading dock and short term parking area.