The 'Water Table' project envisioned an aquatic centre at Sydney's Green Square’s Guyama Park. It sported a rooftop Olympic pool and smaller therapeutic pools, linked visually to the park. The building featured a 'water skirt' for climate and aesthetic purposes, aligning with the competition's water recycling brief. Instead of the usual central placement, our design lifted the pools for easier park access. The park's design encouraged 24/7 use, with a landscape promoting various activities. It included spaces for water play, greenery, and sports. The design, transitioning from natural to purpose-built landscapes, catered for all ages and activities through surface angle and material diversity.