The Food Innovation Precinct Western Australia Mereny Bidi Booja is a groundbreaking project, fostering collaboration and innovative strategies within the agricultural industry. The precinct seamlessly blends industrial and agricultural elements, paying tribute to the region’s unique identity. The building’s exterior features exposed steel frames, dark shiplap cladding, natural timber panels, unpolished concrete, brickwork, and lush native landscaping, creating a harmonious environment.
The World Architecture News Awards acknowledge and celebrate outstanding architecture on an international scale with a particular focus on innovation, vision and imagination.
i2C is excited that the Food Innovation Precinct Western Australia (FIPWA) shortlisted in the World Architecture News Awards . It is wonderful acknowledgement that innovation in agriculture is invaluable. Congratulations to all of the finalists.
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Client: Shire of Murray
Builder: Cooper & Oxley
📍 Bindjareb Country | Nambeelup, WA