Projects | Gamble McKinnon Green’s SW1 is a new community model for inner-urban living in Brisbane.
Archive | Cox Rayner’s school redevelopment will form a new generation’s spatial memories.
Archive | Cosmopolitan urbanism heads north. Resort tourist, rainforest feral, gold coast glamour and backpacker chill – the spectacularly redeveloped cairns esplanade has it all.
Archive | Cox Rayner and Ainsley Bell + Murchison’s magistrates court explores a process-based approach to the integration of art and architecture.
Archive | James Street Market by Cox Rayner Architects
Archive | Reinforcing Brisbane’s image of itself as a “River City”, the Goodwill Bridge by Cox Rayner provides a poetic expression of crossing, while also opening up new urban connections and experiences. Review by Elizabeth Musgrave.
Archive | Sheltering the shipwrecked Pandora, the shining parasol roof of the Museum of Tropical Queensland alludes to many things – sails, scale-clad skeletons, upturned boat hulls.
Projects | A redevelopment of Townsville’s main street by Gamble McKinnon Green captures its historic character.
Projects | Experimentation yielded an intriguing Brisbane tower by Cox Rayner Architects.
Projects | Cox Rayner Architects imprints the tectonic force of the landscape into the walls of a Queensland outback museum.
Awards | Flinders Street Revitalisation
Projects | Architect Michael Rayner’s family home is a complex manipulation of shadow and light.
Projects | A landmark collaborative project led by the landscape architecture team at RPS.
Projects | Cox Rayner Architects explores the social and political contribution architecture can make to the city.
Projects | Architects Casey and Rebekah Vallance have devotedly turned a parcel of discarded land into a poetic response to suburban infill.
Projects | An ode to the humble brick, a residential addition both celebrates and transcends its suburban site.
Projects | Cox Rayner Architects employs an impressive level of craft and detail to deinstitutionalize The University of Queensland’s new oral health centre.
News | Cox Rayner’s Cairns Performing Arts Centre has been approved, in spite of an objection from the Australian Institute of Architects.
News | The Winton Shire Council has appointed Cox Rayner to design its new Waltzing Matilda Centre, after the old museum was destroyed by fire in June 2015.