At The University of Queensland, Hassell has consolidated facilities across indoor and outdoor spaces in order to create a harmonious and supportive environment for students. It’s a project that aims to reinvent the delivery of student services.
The Globe Lookout is the newest tourist attraction in the Outback Queensland town of Barcaldine, joining the award-winning Tree of Knowledge (2009) and The Globe Hotel (2016). It’s all part of the master-planning that has cemented Barcaldine’s position as a regional tourist destination.
A new Reconciliation Garden at the University of Queensland’s (UQ) Herston campus showcases the power of collaborative design. The project saw a partnership between Arcadia, Multhana Property Services and representatives of Traditional Owners of the land.
Brisbane architecture firm JDA Co. have completed a moody, intimate and sophisticated refurbishment of a 19th Century theatre in inner-city Woollongabba.
A desire to experiment, encourage serendipitous encounters, and offer a choice of learning settings has seen Griffith University’s new Library and Learning Commons redefine the typography of what we expect from a university library.
A new dual purpose facility for a girl’s school in Brisbane has set a leading example for future proofed, flexible education design.
You might expect a building dedicated to demonstrating sustainable technological research and sustainable building solutions to be pretty damn sustainable itself. The Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, designed by HASSELL, doesn’t fail to deliver.
For POMO’s new studio, Creative Director Stephen Burton envisioned a sustainable, inspirational and creative workspace that would be complimentary to the old-growth trees and forest in which it would be built.
A new contemporary Brisbane office fit-out has garnered accolades with its exemplification of design for workplace productivity and employee well-being. Stephanie Madison Reports.
The most highly prized award for the clay brick industry is the commercial category of the Horbury Hunt Award, which represents the best commercial projects utilising clay brick.