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Architectus Brisbane in association with Rice Daubney Architects is designing the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital for Queensland Health.
This project looks to align existing library facilities with international best practice and integrate them into the new Hub to create a heart for the Victoria University of Wellington Kelburn Campus.
The design for the redevelopment of 151 Clarence Street creates a new 17 storey 5 Star Green Star A-Grade commercial address at the gateway to the emerging western corridor of central Sydney.
The building form responds to the bushland setting with clear horizontal lines within the facade contrasting to the slender verticals of the surrounding trees.
The Women’s College is a place where women from different cultural, social and economic backgrounds come together and live in an encouraging,supported and relaxed environment whilst undertaking their various fields of academic pursuit at the University of Queensland, St. Lucia campus.
Kerrisdale Gardens will be a familiar place where residents can feel both ‘at home‘ and part of an identifiable community.
The William Macmahon Ball Theatre is a 75 seat teaching space, primarily designed to support graduate coursework in the Faculty of Arts’ Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Melbourne School of Government.
This facility hosts professionals from remote inland and coastal northern Queensland for week long training programs.
Architectus designed the fit out for the new Sydney Commonwealth Parliament Offices (CPO) located across three levels at 1 Bligh Street.
A vibrant student space has been created to foster interaction and collaboration between students and between staff and students.
Architectus Director Caroline Stalker presents at the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Conference in New York