|Scale||1,115m² Retail + Workplace|
|AIA QLD State Architecture Awards 2020 - Commendation for Commercial Architecture|
|AIA Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards 2020 - Regional Commendation for Commercial Architecture|
|2019 Property Council of Australia - Queensland Retail Property of the Year Awards. Excellence in Design - Neighbourhood Centres.|
Breakfast Creek Quarter
Designed by Arkhefield and located just 4km from Brisbane's CBD, the nine-storey mixed-use, commercial building at 166 Breakfast Creek Road will be a prominent gateway development to Brisbane City, and a modern figure within the former industrial precinct of Newstead.
Two Sixty-Five Hawthorne Road
Two Sixty-Five Hawthorne Road is an architecturally designed retail micro precinct that is a prime example of how a suburban strip can be rejuvenated and enlivened by sensitive and appropriate design and development. Arkhefield worked closely with HaMELL to deliver this vibrant mixed use development in Hawthorne, Brisbane.
Brisbane International Airport Retail Upgrade
The vision of Brisbane Airport Corporation is “to be world-best and the preferred choice for passengers, airlines, business and the community”. Arkhefield, in collaboration with Richards & Spence, were chosen to extend this inspirational vision to a major upgrade of the retail component at Brisbane International Airport—a considerable undertaking in scale and scope.
The Q&A Building at the centre of Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall forms a cornerstone precinct for the city’s major meeting place. Arkhefield worked with Queensland Investment Corporation to create a street based life, with retail tenancies, food and beverage offerings and commercial tower above to revitalise the precinct.
The historic Barracks precinct on Brisbane’s city fringe sat vacant for 20 years. Arkhefield revived the project and realised the potential of the site by rethinking the master plan to create a dynamic mixed use precinct.