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Right: Turpin + Crawford Studio's 'Waterfalls' delivers water
flows through cantilevered terracotta half-pipe fingers.
PHOTO: ETHAN ROHLOFF
Top, Left: Water filtered from the bioretention ponds drains
into the wetland lagoons via terracotta half-pipe viaducts.
Turpin + Crawford Studio worked with TDEP and Alluvium to
conceive the design, which echos the site's industrial and
brickworks heritage. Birds like to perch on the half-pipes.
Bottom, Left: Turpin + Crawford's water falls installation,
'The Cascades', celebrates the passage of water along the
water treatment "train" back into the Wirrambi Wetland. The
Cascades provide critical aeration of the stored waters.
PHOTO: ETHAN ROHLOFF PHOTOGRAPHY