Just Announced: Second Release Focus Tours
Discover micro-houses, warehouse conversions and an innovative science and learning institute in our exciting new release for Focus Tours on Saturday 2 November.
Every Focus Tour ticket purchased by midnight on 27 October will go into the draw to win a double pass to climb St Mary’s Cathedral Bell Tower.
Micro-housing: Substation No. 175
Substation No.175 once stored oil-filled transformers for the City of Sydney’s power supply, and now holds a cafe and two residential apartments. Discover the inventive adaptation of this compact space in this engaging tour. Find out more.
Micro-housing: Studios 54
Go beyond the vibrant red, blue, yellow and turquoise exteriors to explore the remarkably space-efficient apartments in one of Australia’s foremost examples of a ‘Tiny Tower'. Find out more
Ballarat House: Warehouse Conversion
Built in 1916 with a fifth floor added in 1924, this significant heritage-listed warehouse building now showcases a creative adaptation. Be one of the first to see its transformation, including a new mezzanine floor and rooftop terrace. Find out more.
Taronga Institute of Science & Learning
Join an architect-led tour of the state-of-the-art Taronga Institute of Science & Learning, inspired by patterns in nature. Explore this innovative space, including the laboratories, animal enclosures, keeper areas and research facilities. Find out more.
Sydney Open 2019
Join us for a weekend-long celebration of architecture.
Saturday 2 November: Focus Tours
Sunday 3 November: Sydney Open program
Purchase your Focus Tour ticket by midnight on 27 October to go into the draw to win a double pass to climb St Mary's Cathedral Bell Tower.