The concrete 'bones' of an old car assembly works in Inner-Sydney have been given new life in a fresh take on adaptive reuse and sustainability.


The Challenge

Rhodes House in Camperdown was built in 1926 as a car assembly plant before becoming better known as the site of Bradford Cotton Mills. In 1993, the building was converted into 140+ apartments, and while its concrete structure was largely preserved the inside was completely reconfigured.


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Architect: Archer Office | Images: Kasia Werstak