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Cox Rayner Architects with Arup
Kurilpa Bridge


The Kurilpa Bridge project was an opportunity to not only make a new pedestrian and cycle connection across Brisbane’s river but also new forms of public space, as well as a symbol of a city forging its identity at the forefront of art, science and technology. Its origins as a physical link lay in our […]


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World Architecture Festival (WAF)
2013 winners announced – Day Two


The World Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 12 award categories on the fecond day of the festival. WAF category winners day 2 Civic and Community Sharon Davis Design | Women’s Opportunity Centre (Rwanda)  Designed in collaboration with Women for Women International, this mini-village transforms urban agglomeration and subsistence farming with an architectural agenda to […]


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World Architecture Festival (WAF)
2013 winners announced – Day One


Completed Projects Winners: House category Cox Rayner Architects | Casey and Rebekah Vallance | The Left-Over-Space House (Australia)  The Left-Over-Space House, Australia, designed by Cox Rayner Architects has won the ‘World’s Best House’ award at the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2013. The judging of the WAF Awards is taking place during the largest global […]


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