Alice Hampson is an architect, sole practitioner, writer, architectural historian and one of a few practising Queensland architects who is a professional installation artist. Her design work has been published and has received awards both nationally and internationally. As a historian, Alice specializes in mid-twentieth-century works. She has been an assessor for cultural heritage, a visiting faculty member at both of Brisbane’s architecture schools, and a speaker at professional conferences in Australia and overseas. She was formerly Brisbane editor of Monument, and was a contributing writer for the magazine for over fifteen years.
This riverside pavilion by Anna O’Gorman Architecture is an elegant but playful addition to the Northshore Hamilton development precinct and masterfully distils the essence of its maritime surrounds.
The restoration of a former fire station in Brisbane by Owen Architecture reimagines a unique typology as a comfortable family home, achieved with a design strategy that was “deliberately singular.”