Waterfront Precinct Master Plan
The Waterfront Precinct master plan in Brisbane’s CBD focuses on giving the river back to the city and its people. The vision for the 1.5ha historic site sees the creation of a revitalised city centre riverfront destination with generous civic spaces as a stage for city life.
Student One on Elizabeth Street
Student One on Elizabeth Street is an iconic building providing student accommodation with a vibrant retail arcade and public realm at its heart. The 901 bed facility across two towers will comprise 244 single studios and shared units, served by generous shared study zones, meeting, media and games rooms as well as an outdoor cinema lawn on the roof deck.
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.
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.
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.
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.