HALL OF DEMOCRACY
LOCATION: QUT GARDENS POINT CAMPUS, BRISBANE
MATERIALS: CONCRETE, STEEL, TIMBER
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.
GRAND GLAZED DOME ENCASING THE PHENOMINAL WATERFALL
THE FORM OF THE BUILDING CAREFULLY CONSIDERS THE SURROUNDING CONTEXT OF BRISBANE
WHILST ENHANCING THE AMBIENCE OF THE SITE ITSELF THROUGH THE USAGE OF VEGATION
UTIMATELY THIS ENABLES PEOPLE TO WALK TOWARDS THE HALL OF DEMOCRACY