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.
Purposefully engaged with its surrounding landscape, this University of Queensland precinct by m3architecture ensures plants are always the focus.
Ten years in the making, the restoration of the Treacy Precinct in Boondall, Queensland by m3architecture is well worth the wait.
Who’s moving up and joining forces in architecture and design? July saw a fresh wave of skilled professionals promoted, and two major mergers between firms.
The winners of the Queensland Architecture Awards have been announced, giving us a pretty impressive snapshot of Queensland’s architectural flair.
The INDE.Awards 2022 shortlist for The Health and Wellbeing Space invites perusal with creativity and innovation at the forefront of designing for a better life.
A series of tourist attractions in outback Queensland has become an unlikely architectural trail that’s seen 3 remote towns become hot design destinations.
m3architecture sprinkles ‘teachable moments’ throughout the architecture of Brisbane Girls Grammar School’s new Science Learning Centre.
The AIA’s 2021 Queensland Architecture Awards winners demonstrate strong investment and innovation in educational design throughout the state.
Michael Banney likes to talk and write architecture into existence. It’s an “inclusive habit” that allows him to step outside the architect’s mindset, but still inhabit the role. He talks to Indesign about what makes m3architecture so idiosyncratic.
Education design cannot be overlooked when we think about the future of our built environments. From architecturally inspired schools, to the break down of physical barriers to learning – the way we design our education facilities says a lot about what we care about in society.