Christopher Frederick Jones left England after finishing university and now lives north-west of Brisbane. He left the design industry to pursue work behind the lens and now shoots architecture in Queensland as well as internationally.
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A collection of talks, exhibitions and other events held around Brisbane will explore the relationship between architecture and art and examine the various ways in which the collaboration between the two practices is mutually enriching.
A “genuinely clever” design for a Sydney hair salon has won the Premier Award for Australian Interior Design at the 2019 Australian Interior Design Awards.
Waltzing Matilda Centre by Cox Architecture
The best commercial and residential designs from Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland, and overseas.
Twenty-four projects and three emerging practice received commendations.
Regional towns and cities have historically been the backbone of Australia, yet they currently represent a blindspot in urban thinking. In a series of essays to be published on ArchitectureAU over the coming weeks, guest editor Helen Norrie examines the initiatives that are reframing the perceived limitations of smaller populations and geographical dislocation to present compelling alternatives to life in major urban centres.