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Brisbane Regional Awards Success

Date: 2 May, 2017

Categories: Awards

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The Australian Institute of Architect’s (AIA) Brisbane Regional Awards were held on Friday 28 April, recognising 35 projects from across the city. We are pleased to announce that Arkhefield were recognised for two of their projects:

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Residential Architecture – Houses (Multiple Housing)

Atria is a mixed multi-residential development in the community of Hamilton Reach, Queensland.  Frasers Property Australia sought a master planned solution that captures the sub-tropical environment and focusses on lifestyle, liveability and connection to the surrounding landscape.

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Urban Design

Arkhefield in collaboration with Brisbane City Council and Urbis prepared the New World City Design Guide: Buildings that Breathe to provide a shared vision for achieving subtropical building design in Brisbane. As an initiative of the City Centre Master Plan 2014, the non-statutory guide provides an overarching vision for new high-density buildings and design benchmarks for architects, planners, developers, property professionals and the broader community.

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Both projects will now proceed to the AIA Queensland State Awards, with winners announced at their gala event on the 23rd June 2017.

> View a full list of Brisbane Regional Commendations

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