New meets old in an intriguing conversation at a Brisbane girls school.
December 16th, 2015
All Hallows girls school occupies the finest site in all Brisbane, with panoramic views over the Brisbane River. Its eclectic assembly of additions, alterations, and beautiful landscaping, makes the school a kind of charming hill town. Wilson Architects have added a new, highly contemporary Year 7 building which subtly complements the existing buildings. Classy façade screen detailing is continued inside with a courtyard. Open to the sky, it draws in light to create a unique student activity space.
Read the full story in Issue 63 of Indesign, on sale December 12.
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