// arthitectural / Brisbane

Jackson Teece Architecture
Scott Street Apartments


Conceptual framework The design responds to the sub-tropical climate, riverside environment and neighbouring heritage buildings to create a luxury residential building that embodies a distinct sense of place. Relationship of Built Form to Context / Public and Cultural Benefits A thorough analysis of the site context informed the design. The building is conceived as part of […]


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Shaun Lockyer Architects
River Room


This project involved the refurbishment and extension to a 1990’s cottage that had been substantially damaged during the January 2011 Brisbane River floods. The existing house enjoyed north east aspect river frontage but had very a poor connection to the river as well as massively underutilised living areas. The primary scope for the project involved […]


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Shaun Lockyer Architects
Highgate Hill House


This project involved significant alterations and additions to a turn of the century cottage sitting high up above Brisbane City on a corner small lot site in the suburb of Highgate Hill. The house is well set back from the corner of the block affording a private and open garden courtyard and pool area from […]


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HASSELL
HASSELL studio in Brisbane


Captured landscape The challenge of this project – to re-life the former Keating’s Bread Factory to create a suite of open plan interconnected studio and meeting spaces – was augmented by our role as both client and designer. Our design solution focuses around a central courtyard which has become a symbolic and physical gathering space for […]


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Shaun Lockyer Architects
Browne Street House


The Browne Street House is a reinterpretation of the Queenslander cottage. It reinvigorates the plan to offer alternatives to how spaces are used. The interplay and juxtaposition of the new and old is through material expression and form, and the cantilevered cottage is a deliberate subversion of the Queenslander paradigm and aims to recalibrate the […]


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HASSELL
Ecosciences Precinct


The Ecosciences Precinct in Brisbane, Australia, brings together 1,000 scientists from four separate agencies and several different scientific disciplines in a single, collaborative research environment. Workgroups from various agencies are clustered together at Ecosciences based on the research themes of marine/estuarine science, plant and insect production/bio-security sciences and terrestrial science. This co-location of scientific agencies […]


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