John Wardle Architects and Wilson Architects, in association, have been awarded the Commercial CorianÂ® Design Award for their Queensland Brain Institute project.
May 6th, 2008
Congratulations goes to John Wardle Architects and Wilson Architects for their recent Corian® Design Award win. They have been recognised for their work on the Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland.
Corian® was used in the project through the main ground floor lobby, the meeting platform within the atrium, and the upper level interaction area.
The designers wanted to achieve a seamless appearance and create a sculptural form, while maintaining durability. “Corian® was selected because it has a strong visual impact and has both clients and visitors constantly guessing how such a seamless and sculptural form has been achieved”, said John Wardle on the win.
Congratulations to the architects for a unique and vibrant project.
The Corian® Design Award 2008 – EDITION 2 is now open for entries till June 30, 2008. Find out more here.
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