Sushi Snake Play Space at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

We are planning to build a new Play Space at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre and would like to hear your thoughts on the proposed design.

The two images above show the design of the Play Space and how it will sit in the landscape, just to the South of the heritage listed building. Check out the Design Concept document (under the documents section on the right) for further details about the design and the community feedback process and clearer images.

Background

After a series of consultation sessions with the community, Council has commissioned landscape architects Hassell to produce a plan for a play space at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. Hassell have been working with contemporary Indigenous artist Steaphan Paton to develop a design that showcases contemporary Indigenous art and provides an imaginative play space for kids and families.

The Sushi Snake Play Space is intended to be a dream-like space that encourages an intuitive link to the site, as well as to the adjacent heritage gardens, historic Bundoora Homestead, and the suburbs and city beyond.

We want the Play Space to be distinct and original, and to focus on play that is experiential and self-guided, rather than didactic.

Share your thoughts

This survey is now closed. Feedback is being collated towards the commencement of work on a new play space for the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre.


For further information on the Sushi Snake Play Space please contact Bundoora Homestead Art Centre on 9496 1060 or check Facebook or the website. You can also subscribe (on the right) to receive updates.

Next steps

Based on your feedback, the design will be tweaked and finalised, in preparation for the Sushi Snake Play Space to be built and installed on the site in 2019.

We are planning to build a new Play Space at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre and would like to hear your thoughts on the proposed design.

The two images above show the design of the Play Space and how it will sit in the landscape, just to the South of the heritage listed building. Check out the Design Concept document (under the documents section on the right) for further details about the design and the community feedback process and clearer images.

Background

After a series of consultation sessions with the community, Council has commissioned landscape architects Hassell to produce a plan for a play space at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. Hassell have been working with contemporary Indigenous artist Steaphan Paton to develop a design that showcases contemporary Indigenous art and provides an imaginative play space for kids and families.

The Sushi Snake Play Space is intended to be a dream-like space that encourages an intuitive link to the site, as well as to the adjacent heritage gardens, historic Bundoora Homestead, and the suburbs and city beyond.

We want the Play Space to be distinct and original, and to focus on play that is experiential and self-guided, rather than didactic.

Share your thoughts

This survey is now closed. Feedback is being collated towards the commencement of work on a new play space for the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre.


For further information on the Sushi Snake Play Space please contact Bundoora Homestead Art Centre on 9496 1060 or check Facebook or the website. You can also subscribe (on the right) to receive updates.

Next steps

Based on your feedback, the design will be tweaked and finalised, in preparation for the Sushi Snake Play Space to be built and installed on the site in 2019.