PROJECT

CARRINGTON CARE PALING COURT

Architecture Completed Sydney Senior Living & Residential Care Interior Design
  • Client:

    Carrington Care

  • Location:

    Camden, NSW Australia

  • Budget:

    36 Million

  • Size:

    8,700m2

  • Awards:

    NSW Public Architecture; Short List 2016

    UDIA NSW Award for Excellence in
    Aged Care; Commendation 2016

    Think Brick Australia; Kevin Borland Masonry; Finalist 2016

Jackson Teece was commissioned to design a high-end, 132-bed residential care facility that appeals to a more discerning clientele. Considered the jewel in Carrington Care’s crown, this award winning site is full of subtle qualities that maximise convenience.

The design actively responds to an undulating topography by stepping down across the site. With such a sweeping space, accommodation has been centred around three distinctive courtyard spaces of varying character. The central courtyard provides a ‘classic’ cloister as a framed landscaped setting for the existing heritage-significant Grasmere Cottages.

A range of care services is provided, including Low Care, High Care, Memory Care and Transitional Care. The upper-most level provides a premium level of accommodation and access to a roof garden. The design is focused on providing a warm and comforting experience via quality environments that enjoy abundant natural light, cross ventilation and distant views. While a large facility, its rustic charm and collection of services and activities brings families together in a place that truly feels like home.

Project Leadership
Damian Barker

Managing Director

John Gow

Director

Connie Argyrou

Director

Andrew Tesoriero

Director

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