This project is an exercise in densification of the inner city suburban site while respecting the local context. It attempts to form an example of how a development project can respond to the character of the Queensland vernacular through its contemporary interpretation.
Brisbane architecture news – the tallest engineered timber building in Australia, by Bates Smart, and Breeze Apartments by architects Tony Owen Partners – Brisbane buildings + property news, Queensland architecture
5 King is a high performance commercial building and the tallest engineered timber building in Australia. The 52 metre high tower development will also hold the title for the largest gross floor area for an engineered timber office building worldwide.
A contemporary design responding to a character vernacular in a quiet suburban street in inner-city Brisbane. The house is designed around three courtyards, offering a plan that transparently connects the indoor and outdoor living spaces.
Property inspired by the local vernacular of brick and tin houses on a large leafy block in the Kenmore Hills. The building design involved a significant re-invigoration and extension to what was a very simple but promising house.
The next chapter of the $2.9 billion regeneration of Brisbane’s RNA Showgrounds starts with the construction of Kings Co-op, a mixed and adaptive re-use development designed by Australasian architects The Buchan Group.