The Dapto Anglican Church project presented an opportunity to design a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional church. No longer a place devoted solely for Sunday services, the brief called for a building that would support a range of events held in the morning, afternoon and evening, 7 days a week and catering to a broad spectrum of the local community.
The form is derived from the  wedge of space allocated between two existing buildings. The subsequent carving away of the primary form is informed by the flow of people in and around the primary spaces, with the secondary spaces occupying the remaining solid mass.
  The building will establish a new design direction and focus for the church and is envisaged as stage one of a masterplan of growth.







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