The Larrakia Development Corporation is continuing its progress towards the realisation of the Larrakia Cultural Centre to be built on the waterfront near the Stokes Hill sacred site, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
The Detailed Design phase has now achieved the 50% milestone and planning approval, working with Darwin based Rossi Architects in collaboration with Susan Dugdale & Associates in Alice Springs. See current design below.
The Larrakia Development Corporation project team and designers are working in collaboration with the Larrakia Cultural Centre Working Group who provide cultural design considerations and guidance. The Working Group has been a part of this project since 2017 and are the driving force behind the progress of the Larrakia Cultural Centre to this point.
The Larrakia Cultural Centre building design evokes a bird in flight, a Larrakia ancestral being, protecting the land and the people. The logo is a representation of the building form and one of the ancestral beings related to the sacred site at Stokes Hill, and was painted by Mr. Joe Raymond.
The Larrakia Cultural Centre landscaping is reflective of the land and water created by the rainbow serpent. The design includes monsoon, savanna and coastal landscapes as found across Larrakia Country.
The Larrakia Development Corporations’ strong commercial, governance and business acumen will deliver a world standard cultural experience that will benefit the NT’s economy for decades to come.
Refer to our media release for further details.