Integrated artwork and public accessibility have made the foyer of 400 George highly responsive to its context
November 29th, 2010
WORDS KT DOYLE
PHOTOGRAPHY CHRISTOPHER FREDERICK JONES
Brisbane’s recently completed 400 George sits on the axis of what is fast becoming known as a public art hub in the burgeoning North Quarter of Brisbane’s CBD. Reigning throughout the base building, foyer and integrated foyer artworks is a visual code of simplicity, refinement, materiality, and the desire to connect people with place.
The project, with base building by Cox Rayner Architects, comprises 43,000 square metres over 34 levels and links Old Government House to the Brisbane Magistrates Court, and the future site of the Supreme and District Courts with South Bank’s cultural precinct via the Kurilpa Bridge.
Read the full story on page 126 of Indesign magazine Issue #43, in stores now.
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