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Ladrillo House in Red Hill

Contemporary Home in Queensland design by Shaun Lockyer Architects, Australia

page updated 27 Dec 2016 with new photos ; 15 Aug 2015

Location: Red Hill, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Design: Shaun Lockyer Architects

New Home in Red Hill

Ladrillo House in Red Hill

Ladrillo House in Red Hill, Brisbane, Queensland

Ladrillo is Spanish for ‘brick’, and takes its cues from the Spanish Mission architectural style of the original Red Hill cottage.

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contemporary home in Brisbane by Shaun Lockyer Architects

Utilising textured brick, recycled breezeblocks and original decorative plaster, this is architecture focused on textures – a fresh white palette not only unifies these textures, but also unites new and old.

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Punctuated by a central courtyard distinctly separating these spaces, the design maintains visual connections through the light, airy open architecture, which ultimately creates a beautiful backdrop for family life.

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Location: Red Hill, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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New Residential Architecture in Queensland – property selection:

Couldrey House, Mount Coot-tha, Queensland
Architect: Peter Besley
Couldrey House Mount Coot-tha Queensland
photograph : Rory Gardiner
Couldrey House
The house takes an unusual approach to making residential architecture in the Australian landscape. Many houses there tend to hover over the ground with lightweight materials which need re-coating and replacement.

57 Coronation Drive, Quay Street Precinct, Brisbane CBD
Architects: Rothelowman
57 Coronation Drive Brisbane CBD apartments
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57 Coronation Drive Brisbane
The concept for the 3,114 square metre site incorporates 255 premium residential apartments, a five-star serviced apartment building, premium commercial offices and podium-level retail, hospitality and entertainment options.

Contemporary Architecture in Brisbane – architectural selection below:

57 Coronation Drive, Quay Street Precinct, Brisbane CBD
Architects: Rothelowman
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57 Coronation Drive Brisbane
A new subtropical residential, tourism and lifestyle hub at 57 Coronation Drive by Maple Development Group has received the green light for Brisbane City’s Quay Street precinct, with development approval granted by a full council meeting on Tuesday 16May, following recommendation of the planning committee.

Scott Street Apartments
Design: Jackson Teece Architecture
Brisbane Apartment Building

Ecosciences Precinct
Design: HASSELL, Architects
Brisbane Building

CLEM7 Tunnel Canopy
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