Located within the Byron Street precinct along the Brisbane River, the Arkhefield design features luxurious riverfront apartments and terrace homes which celebrate Brisbane’s subtropical climate.
Social Housing Design Guidelines Toolkit - Indicative Floor Plans
The Indicative Floor Plans are a tool developed by Arkhefield for the Queensland Government - Housing Partnerships Office (HPO), Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy to form part of their Social Housing Design Guidelines Toolkit.
Secluded in the heart of West End, Brisbane, Amersham is a collection of beautifully appointed residences that have been designed to inspire. Crafted by TG Development and Di Marco Group, with innovative residential architecture by Arkhefield.
The Smith Collective is a landmark precinct and represents Queensland’s largest multi-residential project ever undertaken in a single stage. The master plan design by joint venture group AAA – Arkhefield, ARM and Archipelago with Lat27 – for Grocon brings together hinterland and coastline to capture the essence of the subtropical climate emblematic of the Gold Coast.
Stockland Newport Retirement Living
Stockland Newport Retirement Living is architecturally design retirement village which captures a uniquely Queensland way of life and plays an active and important role in the local community. Arkhefield focused on creating beautiful places for residents and their families to socialise and connect with large apartments designed to create open and inviting homes for residents.
Atria at Hamilton Reach
Atria at Hamilton Reach is a master planned residential development that focuses on lifestyle, liveability and connection to the surrounding landscape. The Arkhefield design captures the sub-tropical climate over 159 apartments and terrace homes to create a dynamic community environment.
Is infill housing the answer?
Currently there is a lot of talk about ‘infill’ – the industry buzzword for underused, vacant and irregular shaped parcels of land within the city and inner suburbs. But many developers and builders see this land as a liability, not an opportunity.