by Cormack O'Connor in Architecture on Tuesday 5 February 2013

Police stations aren’t really the most inviting of places, And between the darkened, dorky foyers, the drab exteriors and the deathly sense of isolation, it’s easy to see why. Bayside Police Station breaks all those rules. Located in the Victorian suburb of Sandringham, the station is an open and inviting building. where community integration and transparency are at the pinnacle of importance. From the grand entrance, to the natural materials and light, airy vibes, Bayside Police Station is definitely a leader when it comes to architectural wins for police stations.