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Building Designs in north east Australia – Queensland Built Environment

post updated 12 Jan 2021

Brisbane Building Developments

Brisbane Architecture Designs – chronological list

Queensland Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

5 King Tower in Brisbane

55 Elizabeth Street

57 Coronation Drive Brisbane

Modern House on the Gold Coast

100 Skyring Brisbane

400 George Street

480 Queen Street Brisbane

All Hallows’ School in Brisbane

Anna Meares Velodrome

Boolarong & Kinkabool

Breeze Apartments in Mooloolaba

Brisbane Airport Project

Brisbane Architect

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Brisbane Architecture News

Albert Street Artwork

Burleigh Pavilion Restaurant in QLD

Centenary Library, Anglican Church Grammar School

City Arcade in Townsville, Queensland

CLEM7 Tunnel Canopy

Couldrey House near Mount Coot-tha, Queensland

Cruci Building at Loreto College in Brisbane

Ecosciences Precinct Brisbane

Energex Headquarters

Esquire Restaurant

Felicity on Felix Apartment Building Lutwyche

Felicity on Felix, Lutwyche Apartments

Glass House in Doonan

Gold Coast Cultural Precinct

Goodstart Early Learning, Adelaide Street in Brisbane

Grand Central Shopping Centre in Toowoomba

Habitat on Terrace

Hawthorne Deluxe Precinct in Brisbane

Highgate Hill House

Hilton Surfers Paradise

Indigo Jungle Studio in Brisbane

Kagome Bamboo Woven Pavilion at QLD University

Kings Co-op Redevelopment

Kurilpa Bridge

Ladrillo House in Red Hill

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in South Brisbane

Luxury Brisbane Home

Luxury Cinema at the Hawthorne Deluxe Precinct

Mansergh Shaw Building Level 1 at University of Queensland

The Melbourne Residences

Northern Rivers Beach House in NSW

Nundah House in Brisbane

Palissandro House in New Farm

Project M House in Brisbane

Pullenvale Church Building

Queensland’s Advanced Engineering Building

Reliance Worldwide Headquarters Building

Robina Hospital Gold Coast

Scott Street Apartments

Service Centre in Brisbane Airport

Southbank on Victoria Apartments

Southpoint Apartments

State Netball Centre at Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre

Student Residences at St Lucia Campus

Sunshine Coast House

The Creek House in Kenmore Hills

The Corner House in Queensland

The Golf House in Brisbane

The Ivy Brisbane

The Mark Surfers Paradise

The Sunshine Beach House in Queensland

Translational Research Institute Woolloongabba

TRIO on AMOS, Fortitude Valley

UQ Centre for Advanced Imaging in Brisbane

Walan Tower on Kangaroo Point Peninsula

Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton, Queensland

Waterfront Place

Wharf Road Surfers Paradise

Wickham 358

Wintergarden Shopping Centre

Woolloongabba Gardenhouse in Queensland

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Northshore Pavilion building designed by Anna O’Gorman Architect:
Northshore Pavilion Queensland Australia
Northshore Pavilion
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Northshore Pavilion, Queensland
Northshore is Queensland’s largest waterfront urban renewal project, spanning an area greater than Brisbane’s CBD. As the precinct’s steady transformation takes place, Northshore Pavilion provides the public with a continual anchor to the area.

Mansergh Shaw Makerspace designed by Cox Architecture:
Mansergh Shaw Building Level 1
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
Mansergh Shaw Building Level 1 at University of Queensland
The University of Queensland’s (UQ) Mansergh Shaw Makerspace, also known as UQ Innovate, has placed the world top-50 university at the forefront of hands-on education in Australia.

Waltzing Matilda Centre, Winton, Queensland building designed by COX Architecture:
Waltzing Matilda Centre Queensland
photo © Casey Vallance
Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton, Queensland
The rebuilt building was designed to reflect the significance of this iconic Australian song through an architecture and interpretative experience. The centre is a robust and expressive facility capturing the distinct nature of the landscape and people that inhabit this great land through its’ experiential design.
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