What happens when an architect and a businessman, with neighbouring offices in a dated urban strip, join forces to redevelop their heritage-listed locale?
Designed by Tobias Partners, the new Brisbane showroom for Tongue n Groove is exquisitely playful. Celebrated with an unforgettable night, this showroom reimagines the retail experience.
Compass Immunology Clinic is a unique concept clinic, one of the first in Australia, where children (and adults) can come for a holistic health approach to treating allergies.
For Ingrid Richards and Adrian Spence, Brisbane is more than just the city they call home – it’s a wellspring of inspiration. The pair reflects on lessons learnt in over a decade spent reshaping the civic identity of the Queensland capital.
KP Architects’ renovation of the 155-year-old The Boundary Hotel in Brisbane’s West End brings together old and new with a fresh, reinvigorated aesthetic.
The tile and stone experts Earp Bros have celebrated their 135th birthday in style with the grand opening of the a new Brisbane showroom.
The Sunshine Coast’s Maleny House, from Bark Architects for Villa Prestige Properties, exemplifies all that’s unique and special about local Australian architecture.
Getting a glimpse into the inner workings, and design, of an architecture practice, fulfils a voyeurism for many in the industry. Brooke Lloyd, director – head of interior design at Cox Brisbane, opens up about the process taken when redoing the practice’s own office. And as you can imagine, it’s all about diplomacy and democracy meeting design.
A progressive urban workplace’s imaginative design reflects its rural heritage, encourages movement and unifies its team: Hall Chadwick’s exciting new premises by COMUNiTI.
Architects help drive workplace culture, but Queensland practice Fulton Trotter show how best practice begins at home.
What happens when private business goes public – in a commercial design sense, that is? Brisbane’s most recent commercial addition, 480 Queen Street by BVN, is designed to create a sense of community inclusiveness. It’s a new-think approach to the traditional public-versus-private model.
Brisbane’s m3architecture found the University of Queensland’s brutalist School of Architecture building had its problems but also the potential to transform itself and embrace its beautiful landscape.
A soon to be opend, five-star residence and hotel in Brisbane that is both rich and welcoming.