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.
Camp Hill Marketplace
Camp Hill Marketplace designed by Brisbane archtecture firm, Arkhefield is a modern commercial space that incorporates subtropical design elements by layering living green areas and providing the perfect amount of shade. This mixed use precinct features a combination of specialty retailers, food and beverage outlets and a central public courtyard for the community to enjoy and connect.
Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club
The Kurrawa Surf Live Saving Club sits at the heart of the Gold Coast community and typifies the balance between the building’s dual civic and recreational functions as a place where the city meets the beach. The Arkhefield design realises the brief for bold and visionary architecture while maintaining references to its functional use as a local Surf Life Saving Club.
Wickham Private Medical + Hotel
The 15-storey mixed use development designed by Arkhefield will include commercial areas for medical operators and an associated high quality hotel. Health care and short-term accommodation have great synergy and will complement the broader Spring Hill health precinct.
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.