ROBERT OWEN has recently finished a commission for Harry's Park at the Harry Seidler office, Sydney. The park is intended to be a publicly used facility in memory of the late Australian Architect Harry Seidler in honour of his contribution to Architecture. Locally the Park site adjoins the Seidler Office building, a Sir John Sulman Award recipient. The park forms a paved Forecourt to the Seidler Office building to the northern edge, much like a pocket plaza to an iconic building. A vibrant sculpture by Robert Owen, Tracing Light - for Harry 3D/4D, is placed in the foreground to the façade to further invigorate the Forecourt and complete the vista.

Congratulations also to ROBERT OWEN whose work has been chosen via a very competitive selection process, to create a new major work of art for the redevelopment of Hamer Hall at the Arts Centre, Melbourne.  “The changes to Hamer Hall are enabling us to create one of the world’s great concert halls and a visually spectacular cultural attraction in its own right so I’m delighted that, through our Maxwell and Merle Carroll Bequest, it will house what promises to be visually impressive and eye-catching works of art," said Judith Isherwood, Chief Executive, the Arts Centre.