The 21st century Queenslander 20 February 2015

A Wooloowin cottage with a ’60s extension has had a 21st century makeover as Danielle Murtough and Helen Goltz discover. Who doesn’t love a Queenslander … with the front door in line with the backdoor, the stumps perching it above ground for cooling — and in some cases to avoid floods — and the distinctive… Read More

Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards 2014 5 June 2014

As 2014 Queensland Awards Jury Director, Liam Proberts has been travelling throughout Queensland, visiting those projects that have been nominated for the 7 different regional awards events as a lead up to the State awards. The final event in this stage was the Brisbane Regional awards held at the Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre. In our… Read More

Silt Apartments is featured in the March/April issue of Architecture Australia 2 April 2014

Our collaboration with clients Cam Ginardi & GBW Group has created liveable home apartments that respond to their unique context.  It is a striking form into the Kangaroo Point landscape whilst making a successful  commercial venture.

Bellbowrie Pool Wins National Award 15 August 2013

The Horbury Hunt Award- Commercial Award for the 2013 Think Brick Awards has gone to bureau^proberts for the Bellbowrie Pool. Following the 2011 Brisbane floods, Brisbane City Council was seeking a new flood resistant pool facility in Bellbowrie. The building form is derived from a response to overland flow and river flooding. The feature brick… Read More

it’s over… …the road and around the corner! 15 August 2011

On Monday 18 July bureau^proberts open the doors to their brand new office on the Ground Floor of 232A Adelaide Street, in the Brisbane CBD. The heritage listed Commonwealth Government Offices building, adjacent Anzac Square, was built in the 1930s. It provides ample character to the new workplace, including generous ceilings and abundant natural light…. Read More

SW1 Townhouses recognised by industry awards 8 August 2011

The SW1 townhouse development at South Brisbane has been recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects and the Planning Institute of Australia for excellence in residential architecture and urban planning. The unique contemporary terrace house development is a welcome insertion of housing close to the centre of Brisbane, and the project presented an exciting opportunity… Read More

laneway: urban common 21 February 2011

bureau^proberts has embarked on a design strategy for the Laneway and Urban Common spaces for Laing O’Rourke’s M&A project in Fortitude Valley. Working in collaboration with Urban Art Projects the strategy responds to research carried out by The Hornery Institute into community wants and needs for this unique development. It provides design solutions for an… Read More

education: windsor ber 21 February 2011

The Holy Rosary School classroom building and covered area in Windsor was opened in September 2010 and is the first of our 18 Building the Education Revolution projects currently underway for Catholic Primary Schools in South East Queensland. The two storey addition to this small inner city Brisbane school consists of a straightforward blade wall… Read More

interiors: 31 west chambers 21 February 2011

The “31 West Chambers” on the 31st floor of Santos house was completed in September 2010 and provided new chambers for 12 barristers and staff. The chambers operate in a communal arrangement with individual barristers sharing meeting, library and common spaces. The interior fitout was required to work in with the 5 star greenstar building… Read More

urban housing sw1 21 February 2011

Owners have now moved into the SW1 townhouse development at South Brisbane. This unique development by Property Solutions created 38 new dwellings in a contemporary terrace house arrangement as part of the wider SW1 precinct of South Bank. The project is a welcome insertion of housing so close to the centre of Brisbane with the… Read More