Architectural firm, Marchese + Partners have opened a new base of operations in Brisbane to meet the unprecedented demand from their clients in the Sunshine State.
April 20th, 2008
Senior Associate Partner, Stewart Dean, will head up the new office, which has already begun work on a number of Queensland projects, including Surfer’s Paradise’s new ‘evo’ residential towers set to rival ‘Q1’ as the tallest building on the Gold Coast, and ‘Freshwater’ (pictured) a 67-unit holiday development in Freshwater Street, Hervey Bay will begin construction in the second quarter of 2008.
Sydneysiders would also know the work of the well-established firm, as they were responsible for the design of the famous Bondi Iceburgs.
“It’s a natural progression for Marchese + Partners to create a Queensland base to service our burgeoning portfolio of projects there” says Steve Zappia, Principal and Managing Director in Australia.
“Queensland is the major growth corridor for property development in Australia, and we see that our unique design services may be of assistance to the local development industry during this exciting period of development.”
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