Discover how Chippendale architecture has evolved from a city slum to a hip inner city urban village on the AAA Chippendale Walk, taking place on Saturday 15 February 2020.
The inner city urban village of Chippendale is named after William Chippendale who was granted 95 acres of farmland in 1819.
This rapidly gentrifying suburb has a colourful history as an industrial centre. Over its history the suburbs main claim to fame has been its distillery and brewery and reputation as a slum housing prostitutes, rat catchers and nefarious criminal activites.
Over the 90 minute walk you'll discover some of the suburbs architectural gems, including the Mortuary Railing Station and garden, Spice Alley and Indigo Slam, an amazing residential project by Smart Design Studio.
Meeting Point: The Halo Sculpture, Chippendale Green (Central Park), O'Connor Street, Chippendale NSW 2008
Date: 10.00am - 11.30am
Time: Saturday 15 February 2020
Tickets: $30 (public) / $25 (Seniors & Students) / AAA Members Free
Please note - concession ticket holders should present their ID on the tour day.
Click here to secure your place on the tour. Numbers are limited so book your ticket now!
- Article: Vanessa Couzens
- Image 1: Tour developer, architect Ben Gerstel, talks about Indigo Slam - a residence designed by Smart Design Studio (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)
- Image 2: Green facade on One Central Park, building designed by Jean Nouvel (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)
- Image 3: Tour attendees in front of Indigo Slam - designed by Smart Design Studio (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)