Taylor Thomson Whitting (TTW)

Taylor Thomson Whitting is a wholly owned Australian company providing Consultancy Engineering Services to Australia and Asia since 1958.

EMAIL: ttwsyd@ttw.com.au WEBSITE: www.ttw.com.au PH: +61 (0)2 9439 7288

Projects on Woodsolutions


Walsh Bay Arts Precinct

The precinct is set to become a new cultural landmark for Sydney, envisaged as an arts ecosystem where co-located creatives can generate a powerful synergy.
a building with a roof

Eden Port Welcome Centre

The Eden Welcome Centre is a maritime, cruise, and tourist facility on the Eden and Sapphire Coast of NSW, marking the beginning of a new era of tourism for the region.
a curved ceiling with lights from the ceiling

Phoenix Central Park

A gallery and performance space contrasts stark concrete walls with contoured CLT ribs and warm timber finishes.
a room with a fireplace and a bed

Brown Street House

An inner-city renovation exposes its engineered beech timber system to express the new material.
a living room with a fireplace and a couch

Seed House

Winner of the 2019 Australian Timber Design Awards, Seed House uses mass timber to perch a sustainable dwelling on a rocky shoreline in Sydney’s northern beaches.
a building with a lot of windows

B09 The Bond

Located in the Norwest Business Park and developed by Mulpha Norwest, The Bond is a mixed use development currently in the tender design phase. The project consists of 7-storeys of mass timber glulam frame supporting Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) floor and roof panels, utilising an 8.4m x 8.4m grid.
a restaurant with tables and chairs

A New Garden for Local Diners

Taking inspiration from a lost grove of fig trees, this flexible venue provides a variety of experiences for diners, creating an intimate, comfortable, and familiar space. Sourced from old housing stock, the exposed timber reflects an honesty in the venue's dining values.
a building with glass walls and a walkway

A Fit Use for Timber

A breathtaking addition to the Mingara Recreation Club campus on the NSW central coast, covering 2000sqm of commercial gymnasium over two levels.
a building with balconies and windows

Where Preservation Meets Innovation

An innovative coastal refurbishment where the use of timber contributed to an environmentally sustainable development while respecting the site's heritage significance.

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