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Comment: Here’s how to create Brisbane’s ‘legacy’ games

Comment: Here’s how to create Brisbane’s ‘legacy’ games

In this comment piece, Brisbane-based urban designer and landscape architect Ben Newell, principal at Arcadia Landscape Architecture, suggests four ways to create a ’legacy’ games in Brisbane.

Bates Smart and the build-to-rent model for city living

Bates Smart and the build-to-rent model for city living

That’s it. It’s a no-brainer. Move to central Melbourne and rent at LIV Munro where the apartments are beautifully conceived and the amenities are beyond outstanding. Build-to-rent is making waves and, through excellent design, the lifestyle of this new way of living is elevated to another dimension.

Museum of Brisbane is collecting ceramics with a new artist-driven clay exhibition

Museum of Brisbane is collecting ceramics with a new artist-driven clay exhibition

Celebrating 60 years of clay-making in Brisbane, Clay: Collected Ceramics is more than just an exhibition of pots. It will be the museum’s largest artist-sourced display to date, bringing together a wide range of artists.

Climate change is right now, and architect James Davidson is ready

Climate change is right now, and architect James Davidson is ready

Architect James Davidson of JDA Co. wants to move the dial faster on making homes safer, insurance cheaper and enabling communities to rebuild better when natural disaster strikes.

Orange pop! Powerhouse Brisbane’s ‘futuresque’ retail store

Orange pop! Powerhouse Brisbane’s ‘futuresque’ retail store

Silver sheen and punchy orange – we can’t get enough of Alexander Lotersztain’s new retail fit-out P.S. He calls it ‘futuresque’, but it will patina over time.

Terminal architecture: Arkhefield’s advanced design for Brisbane cruise passengers

Terminal architecture: Arkhefield’s advanced design for Brisbane cruise passengers

Designed by Arkhefield and with all of the security considerations of an international airport, only on water, Brisbane International Cruise Terminal is the most advanced in Australasia.

Moody palette sets a comfortable tone at Butler Brisbane

Moody palette sets a comfortable tone at Butler Brisbane

With a brief centring on the three tenets of comfort, conscience and community, Hogg & Lamb has designed an elegant space for drinking and dining in Brisbane.

Phenomenal first: Brisbane Designscape takes off

Phenomenal first: Brisbane Designscape takes off

It’s been a long time coming. From September 7-10, Brisbane held its first major Brisbane Designscape event. We bring you the recap.

Destination Great Dane: The great Danish design aficionado opens in Brisbane

Destination Great Dane: The great Danish design aficionado opens in Brisbane

Great Dane joins the Queensland set with the opening of its new retail destination in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. Here are all the highlights from its welcoming soiree.

m3architecture’s masterful restoration of the Treacy Precinct

m3architecture’s masterful restoration of the Treacy Precinct

Ten years in the making, the restoration of the Treacy Precinct in Boondall, Queensland by m3architecture is well worth the wait.

Worlds collide in Collectivus’ Casa Chow

Worlds collide in Collectivus’ Casa Chow

Bringing the alleyways of Cuba to life, Casa Chow is all charm and thoughtfulness within its Latino inspired design. A new and exciting venue for the Brisbane hospitality scene.

Winning Queensland architecture: Editor’s snapshot

Winning Queensland architecture: Editor’s snapshot

The winners of the Queensland Architecture Awards have been announced, giving us a pretty impressive snapshot of Queensland’s architectural flair.