25 Seat Technology Laboratory60 Seat Multi-Purpose Space
AIA State Commendation, Public Architecture
AIA Central Queensland JW Wilson Building of the Year
AIA Central Queensland Regional Commendation, Public Architecture
QMBA Award, Educational and Health Facility up to $4m
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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.
UQ Rural Clinical School
The University of Queensland Rural Clinical School in Toowoomba is crucial to the provision and training of medical services within the Darling Downs region and directly connects students to the broader community through the adjacent Toowoomba Hospital.
Defence Future Learning Lab
The University of Queensland (UQ) engaged Arkhefield to expand their research team to draw on our expertise in architecture, interior, and communication design to develop workshop tools that analyse and develop education models for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
Cowboys Leagues Club Stage One
The Cowboys Leagues Club approached Arkhefield with the exciting brief of re-thinking the typical pub/club design. The new building exterior has given the Cowboys Leagues Club a new ‘face’, and the building has become an architectural beacon in the city centre of Townsville. The double height entry space signifies the new entry into the Club whilst the lobby space reflects the importance of the Cowboys Leagues Club for the community of Townsville.