Window Reflection

The Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building in the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) houses the UTS Business School, and is the first building in Australia designed by Canadian American architect Frank Gehry.


A wander through the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) campus in Ultimo.

Star Reflection

This is the atrium at the casino entrance to The Star, harbour facing side. The “rays” of the star structure is reflected multiple times in the glass of the atrium roof creating an interesting effect.

Escalator Reflection

This image was captured at the escalators in Westfield Sydney close to the corner of Elizabeth and Market streets,and offers a tantalising glimpse of what’s behind, as well as the street outside.

Australian War Memorial

The Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to the members of its armed forces and supporting organisations who have died or participated in wars involving the Commonwealth of Australia, and some conflicts involving personnel from the Australian colonies prior to Federation.

Parliament House

The new Parliament House was constructed beginning from 1981 with an original budget of A$220 million and was supposed to be opened on Australia Day 1988.

Sydney Town Hall

The steps in front of Sydney Town Hall is normally packed full of people as it is a popular meeting spot and rendezvous point.

Sydney Open Day 2019: George Place

The newly completed George Place, owned by ISPT, is a large shared space uniting three buildings – 363 George Street, 345 George Street and the heritage-listed 24 York Street.

Sydney Open Day 2019: Property Council House

Built in 1848 by the renowned Sydney architect Henry Robertson, this sandstone building with its granite columns and marble balustrades was the site of the first Savings Bank of New South Wales, which later became the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

Sydney Open Day 2019: Arup

Global design and engineering practice Arup opens its new offices to Sydney Open for the second year in a row, this time inviting the public in for a rare glimpse at the specialty spaces inspiring them to redefine what is possible in the built environment.

Sydney Open Day 2019: PTW Architects

For any architecture practice, its studio is both a workplace and a calling card – embodying its design principles, and reflecting its creative culture to inspire both staff and clients.