|Joint Venture||Arkhefield + Total Project Group|
|AIA National Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage Architecture|
|Australian Institute of Building Professional Excellence Award Commercial|
|Engineers Australia Award Project of the Year, Cairns Region|
|National Trust Queensland John Herbert Memorial Award: Most Outstanding|
|National Trust Queensland Gold Heritage Award for Heritage Conservation|
|CCAA Public Domain Awards – Commendation for Public Precincts|
|Far North Qld Master Builders Award Refurbishment & Renovation|
|AIA Queensland Don Roderick Award for Heritage Architecture|
|AIA Far North Queensland Eddie Oribin Building of the Year|
|AIA Far North Queensland Regional Commendation|
Brisbane International Cruise Terminal
Arkhefield in collaboration with Arup creates a design for the new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal that is focused on the efficient movement of passengers from kerbside to ship, with an emphasis on positive customer experiences during both embarkation and disembarkation.
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.
Arkhefield were approached by the Coral Expeditions Cruise Line to design the interiors of their next cruising vessel Coral Adventurer. This approach came because they desired an authentic Queensland character to the interiors, and their research revealed much of Arkhefield’s work met this key criterion.
Townsville Cruise Terminal
Located at the entrance of one of Queensland’s largest ports, Townsville Cruise Terminal is designed by Arkhefield to be a highly memorable, multi-use development, defining the interface between the port operations and the public realm.
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.