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“Japan’s Kengo Kuma Unveils Sydney’s Beehive-Like Darling Exchange”

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Japan’s Kengo Kuma Unveils Sydney’s Beehive-Like Darling Exchange

Japanese architects Kengo Kuma and Associates has unveiled plans for their first Australian building which will be built at Darling Harbour as part of Lendlease’s Darling Square precinct in Sydney. To be known as The Darling Exchange the distinctive building will be a six-storey circular building enclosed with ribbons of timber which gives a beehive-like appearance.

Japanese architects Kengo Kuma will build a building at Darling Harbour in Sydney! (It’s first time his work in Australia)
The building will be used as a community and retail centre.

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