Southern Cross Station - Jackson Architecture
Daryl Jackson Architecture, Architect, Jackson Architecture- Melbourne Architect, Melbourne Architecture, Melbourne Architects, Architecture, Architects, Architect
Daryl Jackson Architecture, Architect, Jackson Architecture- Melbourne Architect, Melbourne Architecture, Melbourne Architects, Architecture, Architects, Architect
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Southern Cross Station

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Featured, Public
About This Project

Southern Cross Station, Melbourne, VIC

$330M

In association with Grimshaw Architects.

This project involved the total redevelopment of the former Spencer Street Railway Station and surrounding precinct. The design responds to the functional, operational and logistical needs of the station but also links Melbourne’s central city grid with the then rapidly expanding Docklands precinct.

The soaring roof allows excellent visual connection from the Collins Street concourse through to the Bourke Street Bridge concourse and engages Spencer Street with the use of an expansive glazed façade.

Advanced pedestrian flow modelling integrated with the redesign of the concourse and pedestrian paths complements the visual connection by promoting seamless passenger transfer and interchange.

The undulating roof not only captures the imagination – the peak of each roof vault is designed with integrated louvres to promote natural ventilation of exhaust fumes and airborne particulates.

The adjacent 30,000m2 West End Plaza Retail development provides a 30 bay Bus Interchange, and an 800 space car park to service suburban and country Victoria rail passengers. It also includes 3,000sqm supermarket and mixed retail outlets. The scheme also allows for a proposed future office tower.

The outcome shows how successful urban design can contribute to the public and civic realm of a city.