ANOTHER CONCRETE BEAUTY SOON TO BE UNVEILED IN SYDNEY

Despite being a very hardy and practical construction material, concrete certainly occupies a special and revered place in classic Sydney architecture. In the 1950s, prominent and innovative architects such as Robin Boyd, Sydney Ancher, Roy Grounds and Harry Seidler all used concrete in their Modernist-style buildings. By the mid 1960s, many other Australian architects had also discovered the aesthetic and structural benefits of using exposed concrete panels in their work. And soon, the team here at Reform will be unveiling another spectacular concrete building here in Sydney – the IDA apartments at Woolloomooloo, designed by WMK architects. “This project is a very unique one. It encompasses history and modern construction all in one. It will be a flagship for every company that works on the IDA apartments,” says Ben Notley, Reform’s Senior Site Manager. To find out more, visit www.reform-projects.com

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