Brisbane articles

Vibrant surfaces inspired by 1970s super graphics bring brutalist interiors back to life. Photo Brett Boardman
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Super-duper bright and brutal graphics connect space for education

BRISBANE – M3 Architecture has employed vibrant super graphics inspired by Pancho Guedes to create an environment for chance meetings, shared ideas and joy.

The Legacy Way façade is a collaboration between the Brisbane city council, RPS Group and UAP Factory.
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UAP Factory imprints tracked movements in the urban context

BRISBANE – The Legacy Way’s façade takes inspiration from the movements in a municipal context with its terrain-esque appearance.

The building’s wide range of materials and sustainable technologies are inspired by the research that takes place under its roof.
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Advanced Engineering Building by Richard Kirk and HASSELL

BRISBANE – The University of Queensland’s Brisbane Campus recently opened an academic building that practises what it preaches, housing a wide variety of materials and sustainable technologies.

‘Details emerge and the rhythmic activity of life and light energises the scene and captivates the imagination,’ the designers say.
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Wintergarden Facade by Studio 505

BRISBANE – Melbourne-based Studio 505 has revamped the exterior of a Brisbane shopping centre, creating a complex study of the natural world.