In the Melbourne suburb of Camberwell, Russell and George has designed a physiotherapy studio that challenges the idea of cold medical spaces and aims to speed up the rehabilitation process through colour.
In Brisbane, Cameron & Co has designed a day spa that not only reflects Queensland’s subtropical aesthetic and lifestyle, but also distils the rituals of pampering and relaxation.
Loucas Zahos Architects has orchestrated a calming and intimate sequence of spaces for a new eye clinic in Caloundra, South East Queensland.
Cox Rayner Architects employs an impressive level of craft and detail to deinstitutionalize The University of Queensland’s new oral health centre.
In its provision of this facility for a Queensland children’s charity, M3 Architecture has delivered a stimulating and protective place of healing that draws on the legacy of James Birrell.
Perth’s new hospital provides many well-crafted landscapes that service the needs and moods of patients and visitors alike.
The Fiona Stanley Hospital employs evidence-based design principles to make tangible contributions to patients’ wellbeing.
University of Melbourne’s new medical research facility by Grimshaw and Billard Leece Partnership.
A Queensland veterinary clinic by Owen and Vokes and Peters responds to the rural vernacular.
SAHMRI by Woods Bagot is transforming the city of Adelaide with sustainable design.
BVN Donovan Hill benchmarks the emerging building typology of translational research centres.
The collaborative research laboratory by Wilson Architects and Donovan Hill.
References to natural environments create calm and inspiring places within this new Melbourne hospital.
With interiors by Geyer, the Cochlear headquarters in Sydney is a fitting building for an innovative Australian organization.
Bates Smart’s highly complex interior is flexible and appealing.