Contemporary Queensland Architects
Aug 2008 -
'Place Makers: Contemporary Queensland Architects' presents works by 22 Queensland architects that address subtropical living, urban renewal and density, and the timeless concerns for basic human needs and wellbeing. Exploring diverse design responses to climate, changing lifestyle patterns and population growth, the exhibition showcases significant residential, public and institutional projects built during the past two decades, documenting the work of Queensland-based architectural practices which span several generations.
Featured architects: Rex Addison / Andresen O'Gorman Architects / Arkhefield / Bark / Bligh Voller Nield / Bud Brannigan Architects / Lindsay & Kerry Clare (Architectus) / Cox Rayner Architects / Donovan Hill / Elizabeth Watson Brown Architects / Ian Moore Architects / James Russell Architect / JMA Architects Qld / m3architecture / Owen And Vokes / Phorm Architecture + Design / Gabriel Poole / Richard Kirk Architect / Riddel Architecture / Steendÿk / Jennifer Taylor & James Conner / Wilson Architects
The Queensland Government is the Principal Partner of the exhibition, through the Department of Tourism, Regional Development and Industry.