A prewar Brisbane home adapted by Loucas Zahos Architects “bookends” old and new elements.
Experimentation yielded an intriguing Brisbane tower by Cox Rayner Architects.
Kieron Gait Architects’ alterations and additions maintain the humble utility of a 1950s home.
Bligh Graham Architects transforms a grand old Queenslander in Brisbane’s west.
Conrad Gargett Riddel recycled 80 percent of a timber cottage to create a sustainability exemplar.
John Railton’s family home and office, designed by him, celebrates life in the subtropics.
A redevelopment of Townsville’s main street by Gamble McKinnon Green captures its historic character.
James Russell Architect negotiates a steep Brisbane site with a pleasing journey from roadside to gully.
A Brisbane craft brewery fitout by James Cubitt Architects.
John Dalton’s final project returns to the purity of early Queensland architecture.
A house by Loucas Zahos Architects fits neatly into the fibro shack culture of the Sunshine Coast.
An Aalto-inspired home by Clare Design continues to sustain its occupants and stake a claim on its setting.
Japan’s high-tech builders Sekisui House team up with Brisbane’s Push Architects, to create site-responsive housing.
A sculptural addition by Kieron Gait Architects brings a sense of playfulness to a humble Brisbane abode.
Queensland architect Elizabeth Watson Brown reflects on her first residential commission of twenty years ago.
As part of a larger renewal program, Richards and Spence revitalizes a building on Brisbane’s James Street retail precinct.
Architects Richards & Spence compose a large Brisbane house around pockets of outdoor space.
Shane Thompson turns an old timber church into a working studio on his semi-rural Queensland property.
An inner-Brisbane laneway bar by Marc & Co uses its gritty setting inside an old loading dock to advantage.
The Soheil Abedian School of Architecture for Bond University is taking shape.
O’Neill Architecture gives an island retreat a down to earth feel by splitting the program across two low-rise pavilions.
A case study in sustainable design through the provision of adaptable space.
The calm spaces of this Queensland house are inspired by art galleries and Japanese design.
A Sunshine Coast transport hub by Bark Design Architects, Guymer Bailey Landscape and SKM in the relaxed Noosa spirit.
A black-and-white pavilion by dm2 Architecture is neatly attached to a colonial home in Brisbane.
Queensland architect James Russell salvages a spec house, turning negatives into positives.
Wilson Landscape Architects creates two interior landscapes that improve the health and wellbeing of those who work in them.
A Queensland house infused with landscape from front to back, suggesting a continuation of the national park.
A renovation by Owen and Vokes of a typical worker’s cottage allows a narrative of contemporary living.
Anchored into the sloping site, this house by by Plazibat & Jemmott Architects directly connects to the backyard.