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The Phenomenology of Fairfield Train Station 3D Model
The Fairfield Train Station, originally built in 1895, is located 4.5km south of the CBD of Brisbane, QLD. The site presents with several significant references of Brisbane’s pre World War history, however with an ever evolving landscape, the safeguarding of this history must be undertaken for future generations. To ensure this preservation a Conservation Management Plan (CMP) was fashioned to list and highlight the significant components of the site, including the acknowledgement of significant views into site. One aspect of the site not accounted for is the phenomenology of the location; from its lead up to the immediate site, the sneak peaks and gradual disclosure of its entirety, to the reveal of all the major historic elements in their positions. The point cloud model of the Fairfield train station seeks to explore, guide and document the experience, and spirit, an individual may encounter within and around the sites historic buildings, materials, spaces and sensory properties.