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The Boatbuilders Yard brings 'fine-grain urbanism' to Melbourne's South Wharf, an architectural mixed bag.
THE Boatbuilders Yard, a new cafe and bar designed by Six Degrees Architects, has introduced some ad hoc comfort and ''fine-grain urbanism'' to the big-scale environment of South Wharf.
There are beloved, slightly worn, older things among the flash new spaces, but the inhabitants are still to make the environment their own. And the ''inhabitants'' are also mixed - tourists, conference delegates, shoppers, hotel guests, workers, apartment dwellers, cyclists, joggers and those strolling the promenade in the sun.
Robust and chunky, each provides shade, shelter and an overhead heater to one or more outdoor tables.
The shed and yard were once home to National Trust volunteers looking after Polly Woodside and other historic boats. More importantly, the planning encourages people to cut through the site on their way to other places. This is what makes the project noteworthy: it promotes an unusual relationship between the private areas of the cafe and bar and the public space of the promenade. The Boatbuilders Yard is more than another riverside cafe fitout, it suggests a different way to connect public and private urban spaces of varying scales. Over the years, Six Degrees has encouraged people to use Melbourne's hidden spaces in new ways - Meyers Place Bar (their first project, tucked into a city lane), West Melbourne's Public Office, and the Riverland Bar, in the Vaults, to name a few. Six Degrees: Greatest Hits, Wunderlich Gallery, Architecture Building, University of Melbourne, until November 23.

The Heritage Council of Victoria and the Melbourne School of Design are holding an afternoon of discussion and debate around the adaptive reuse of our industrial heritage at the University of Melbourne on 15 July. Celebrating the release of new case studies and an issues paper, aimed at inspiring Victorians to make better use of the state’s rich industrial heritage, the event is organized as two panel discussions, one looking at the new uses and users, the other looks at urban potential.
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The Boatbuilders Yard promises a chilled out Cup Day with a barbecue and outdoor big screen. Fashions on the field, food and wine are all synonymous with one thing – The Melbourne Cup Carnival.
If you're after something a little more low key head to the Boatbuilders Yard for a lazy barbecue and a few beverages. Enjoy a three-course Cup Day lunch and a cocktail while you watch the races live on the big screens.
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And it does so in an unusual way, blurring the cafe with the public space of South Wharf Promenade. Housed in a heritage-listed cargo shed, it occupies the site of a former - you guessed it - boatbuilding yard. And on the day I visited they did - cyclists wheeled their bikes, people strolled through on their way along the promenade, others meandered down to Polly Woodside.

The time has come to throw on your best frock and fascinator, suit and tie and tune in for "the race that stops the nation".If you can't make it to Flemington and want to celebrate Melbourne Cup Day try one of our suggestions. Head chef Simon Buckley will prepare a special three course luncheon while you sit back and relax on the terrace, taking in the vineyard and mountain views and the carnival atmosphere. Between the freeway and the river, it's home to a mixed bag of facilities of varying architectural quality - Jeff's Shed, the Melbourne convention centre, a Hilton hotel, a DFO shopping centre, the barque Polly Woodside and heritage-listed cargo sheds. It feels a bit rough and ready, a ''designed'' but casually thrown together collection of shelters behind an old shed. The location of the pavilions, and careful use of level changes creates a set of intimate outdoor spaces, each a slightly different size and with a slightly different character.
Also housed in refurbished heritage sheds, each has a strip of outdoor dining clearly separated from the public boardwalk by planters or bollards.
In doing so, they also invite us to consider what other activities should be layered in as we build such grain back into redeveloped parts of the city. New pavilion structures cluster in the old yard between the shed and Duke and Orr's Dry Dock, Polly Woodside's home.

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