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Cultural and Civic Space fly tCultural and Civic Space fly through video
You can now fly-through Coffs Harbour’s new Cultural and Civic Space with BVN Architects now at the stage to give the community a better look inside.
The fly-through video highlights the project's design, focusing on how the community will experience the inside of the building on the various levels.
A Cultural and Civic Space forA Cultural and Civic Space for All
This is the first in a video series where we will hear more about the Cultural and Civic Space from a number of user perspectives.
In our first episode we hear from the Architect, the Artist and the Librarian. Featuring Matthew Blair, Lead Architect for the project, Ash Frost, Coffs Harbour Regional Museum and Gallery Program Coordinator, and Judy Atkinson, our much loved children’s librarian at Coffs Harbour libraries.
Each of them outline their vision, the creative scope and community benefits that will flow from the Cultural and Civic Space.
The New Multipurpose Spaces ofThe New Multipurpose Spaces of the Coffs Harbour Cultural and Civic Space
This video highlights the ways the multipurpose spaces of the development can be used by the community.
The Coffs Harbour Cultural andThe Coffs Harbour Cultural and Civic Space: Accessible to All
This building has been planned and designed to enable everyone in the community easy access to cultural experiences and civic resources.
Coffs Harbour: A growing cityCoffs Harbour: A growing city
It’s important that we invest in infrastructure that will serve the current and future population of the Coffs Harbour area, and the Cultural and Civic Space is just one of the projects that will support our city’s growing population now and into the future.
Civic spaces and the city of CCivic spaces and the city of Coffs Harbour
The co-location of council and cultural services will create a central hub, improve customer service, internal communications and efficiency, as well being more cost-effective than upgrading and maintaining the two existing administrative buildings.
How will the upgrading of CultHow will the upgrading of Cultural spaces benefit Coffs Harbour?
Expanded, modern and centralised cultural spaces will create a vibrant community hub, generating improved health, educational and economic outcomes and bringing colour and vitality to Coffs Harbour and its region.
Welcome Video - November 2019Welcome Video - November 2019
A Cultural Precinct: Coffs HarA Cultural Precinct: Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery - November 2019
Cultural and Civic Space: The Cultural and Civic Space: The creation of a multipurpose space - November 2019
Sustainability and culture: CoSustainability and culture: Coffs Harbour Regional Museum - November 2019
The Heart of Coffs: Council ofThe Heart of Coffs: Council offices, meeting spaces, events space, co-working, business and tourism - November 2019
Accessibility and innovation: Accessibility and innovation: Harry Bailey Memorial Library - November 2019
Cultural & Civic Space Cultural & Civic Space
Schematic Design Project VideoSchematic Design Project Video
Project Introduction Project Introduction
A short summary of the key elements of the Cultural & Civic Space Project
Project Principles Project Principles
Six Principles that will guide the Schematic Design phase of the Cultural and Civic Space Project.
International Best-Selling AutInternational Best-Selling Author Recognises Importance of Libraries
International best-selling author Michael Robotham chatted with the Coffs Harbour Libraries team on his last visit to Coffs, where he lived during his teenage years. With the exciting news that Councillors have voted to move forward with the project for a new library as part of a cultural & civic space for Coffs Harbour, we share here Michael's appreciation of the importance of libraries. Thanks Michael!
Civic and Cultural Space 1Civic and Cultural Space 1
Concept Design 1- Design Inc. Concept Design 1- Design Inc. with Lacoste Stevenson