Scarborough Foreshore Redevelopment

The Scarborough Foreshore project was part of an AUD$100 million redevelopment master plan for Scarborough in Western Australia. The development was funded by the State Government and the City of Stirling, covering a 100 hectare site. The master plan included the construction of a playground, skate park, and an upgrade to the beach front promenade.

Our scope of the project included the design & construction of three steel-framed arbour structures that were to be installed as part of a regional redevelopment of Scarborough.

The structures are comprised of 31 architectural ‘tree-like’ stands that support the mesh & realise the architectural concept of the structures. A complex cabling system is integrated throughout the structures to support future plant growth. They are placed along the South beachfront, North beachfront, and Intergenerational Plaza of Scarborough. 16232

Photo Credit: Photography Project


2018 LSAA Award (Category 3): Scarborough Foreshore

Location: Scarborough Beach, WA
Completion Date: 2018
Size: 1,537sqm (16,544sqft)
Fabric: Monotec 370 Series Mesh