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A STADIUM ,Australia

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(Western Australian Cricket Association since 1890)


HALE
ROAD
INTERFACE

LOCATION:EAST PERTH, WESTREN AUSTRAILIA


ESTABLISHMENT:- 1890
CAPACITY:-

24,500

OWNER:-

WESTREN AUSTRALIAN CRICKET


ASSOCIATION

Playing area :-

FIGURE 4 HALE ROAD


INTERFACE LOCATION

149.0m long, 139.0m wide


FIGURE 2 KEY INTERFACE AREAS

MEMBERS ENTRY INTERFACE

1. WACA Ground
2. Queens
Gardens
3. Gloucester
Park
4. Trinity
College
5. Water bank
6. Swan River

FIGURE 3A MEMBERS ENTRY FORECOURT


CONCEPT SKETCH

FIGURE 3 MEMBERS ENTRY


INTERFACE LOCATION

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Nelson Crescent

Northern
Stand

Southern
Stand

Membe
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Entry

Hay
Street

Queens
Gardens

The vision for the WACA precinct is of a light,


transparent and clean architecture grounded by an
articulated
podium responsive to the street and
public realm. This will provide a human scale to the
surrounding streets and an interesting addition to the
city skyline. This will develop a cohesive language
that is fitting a site with the
landmark and
international status of the WACA Ground.

The Members Entry Interface will act as


a beacon for the WACA in the public
realm. It will be landscaped to take
advantage of its northern orientation
and will act as a gathering space on
event and nonevent days as the face of
the WACA for the public, tourists and
members.
It
will
externalise
the
excitement of the WACA for the broader
community. It will have a strong
relationship to the Centre of Cricketing
Excellence, the practice nets of which
will be highly visible to the public.
SOUTHEAST INTERFACE

GARDEN

Queens Gardens is a landmark landscape


within the Riverside Project Area. The
provision for a green space opposite the
Gardens is intended to respond to this
environment, visually connecting the
WACA playing surface to the landscape of
the Gardens. The design intent is to
create an invitation to the public to watch
the team training
with a landscaped
arbour which provides shaded viewing.
The practice nets shall be appropriately
framed to define and reinforce the street
edge while contributing to Hale Road as a
major public interface and main entry to
the WACA and as a gathering place for
crowds attending events.

FIGURE 3A MEMBERS ENTRY FORECOURT


CONCEPT SKETCH

FIGURE 3 MEMBERS ENTRY


INTERFACE LOCATION

The SouthEast Interface/Forecourt provides the WACA Ground with a


link to the Swan River through its proximity to the new Water Bank
Development. This forecourt space will capitalise on its proximity to the
water and express this unique characteristic in its design. Despite the
relative proximity of the WACA to the Swan River this interface is unique
in its ability to physically and visually connect to this landmark
environment from the site.

Historic
Walk

ACTIVE STREETSCAPES

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The redevelopment of the WACA aspires to achieve an


VISION
exceptional standard of architectural design. The
architecture of the WACA redevelopment will be a
contemporary, modern aesthetic developed in
response to the specific characteristics of the site,
location and climate.

FIGURES 4A,B, C HALE ROAD /QUEENS GARDEN/NELSON CRESCENT


INTERFACE CONCEPT SKETCHES

/QUEENS

FIGURE 5 SOUTHEAST
INTERFACE LOCATION

FIGURE 5A SOUTHEAST INTERFACE


CONCEPT SKETCH

INTERFACE/FORECOURT AREAS
RELAX, CONNECT

GATHER, PLAY,

LAND USE AND DENSITIES

FIGURE 7 LOCATION OF
ACTIVATED EDGES

BUILDING HEIGHT

OVERLOOKING AND VIEWS

Abdul sakur
B.Arch V yr IX
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12eahar001
ARCHITECTURAL
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AGI, SOA, JAIPUR

A STADIUM ,Australia

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LAND USE AND DENSITIES

(Western Australian Cricket Association since 1890)


BUILDING HEIGHT AND SETBACKS
The setbacks and building heights to podium structures and towers have
been defined to control the physical and
visual amenity of development within the WACA Precinct. The control of
building heights will ensure that new
development respects the character and proportions of the existing streets
whilst permitting the development of
land mark buildings that will provide a unique identity for the area.
Building height is controlled by two measures. The maximum height is
indicated by the height given in metres (i.e.
24 metres). The maximum scale of development is indicated by reference
to storeys (i.e. 6 storeys

ACOUSTICS
Design measures should aim to minimise noise impacts
on workers and residents.

VEHICULAR ACCESS
Access to parking areas for residents and workers shall
be safe, efficient and visible. Gates and garages should
not unduly compromise the streetscape or visual quality
of the development. Pedestrian safety is the paramount
consideration.

BICYCLE PARKING, END OF TRIP


FACILITIES AND PEDESTRIAN
ACCESS
Allow for the secure parking of bicycles along with end
oftrip facilities to support the use of cycling.

Abdul sakur
B.Arch V yr IX
sem.
12eahar001
ARCHITECTURAL
DESIGN
AGI, SOA, JAIPUR