St James’ Church

St James’ Church was commissioned by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1819, designed by the convict architect Francis Greenway and constructed between 1820 and 1824 using convict labour. The site has Local, State, National and World heritage significance.

Weir Phillips Heritage and Planning worked with St James’ Anglican Church, Gardner Wetherill Architects and Lateral Projects to sensitively update an existing hospitality room and bathrooms in the crypt of the Church.

St James’ Anglican Church
Gardner Wetherill Architects
Lateral Projects

Other Projects

Level 19, 100 William Street Sydney NSW 2011 Australia

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