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FEATURED PROJECTS

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PETRIE TERRACE HOUSE 

The house is a symbolic representation of the client's interest in Bollywood and kinetic systems. Bollywood is expressed through colours and the direct connection with nature. For example, water is to mimic the dream sequence of Bollywood.

The dancing floor in the circle uses a moving facade with kinetic lights.

The colourful light is then filtered through the curtains to attract the neighbours.

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POMMONA COMMUNITY NODE 

The Noosa Community Node is designed to counter ongoing health and well being issues around Noosa Shire through communal kitchens and gardens integrated together. It is designed to draw upon the regional community, to take initiative by encouraging each other to utilise healthier cooking methods through the fresh produce grown within the node.

MAJESTIC NATURE THEATRE

'The Majestic Nature Theatre' is a heritage adaptive reuse project from the existing Majestic Theatre.

Whilst preserving the cultural and historic significance of the theatre, the extension is designed to create a positive impact on the community by creating an inclusive environment.

 

 

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THE URBAN FOREST 

'The Urban Forest' is designed to accommodate for all age demographics with the focal point being on social connectivity through the utilisation of the rich historic and cultural precinct of Bowen Hills. To work towards the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, this design is socially, environmentally and economically sustainable in order to improve the quality of life for future generations

 

HALL OF DEMOCRACY

Brisbane's Hall of Democracy is a collaborative project with David Hamilton, located along George Street, Brisbane. The Hall of Democracy is a public building for Queenslander's to unite, celebrate and share their visions for a new and improved democracy. The main concepts behind the building are freedom, engagement, education and preserving heritage. These concepts were adopted into the design framework in an effort to create a building that bridges the old with the future as well as working towards an improved democracy for Queensland.

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