Burleigh welcomes new wave of high-end architecture 6 December 2018

The architectural landscape of the Gold Coast’s south has just received an injection of contemporary subtropical design, courtesy of NORTH Residences. Located in North Burleigh, this boutique, seven-storey residential development signals a departure from the rendered blockwork and slab edges synonymous with much of the region’s existing building stock.   NORTH Residences occupies a prime… Read More

Urban design duo declare collaboration key to success 26 September 2018

  Imagine the capabilities of a design duo whose collective experience exceeds more than five decades. Add to that a string of ground-breaking projects within Australia and abroad. Despite their impressive resumes — or perhaps because of them — two of Queensland’s leading designers believe ‘people power’ is what drives positive urban design outcomes.    … Read More

Liam Proberts’ home shines on the world stage 27 June 2018

      The home of bureau^proberts Creative Director Liam Proberts has been shortlisted for a 2018 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Award.   Liam’s home is among less than 20 private residences to be named finalists in the highly competitive and highly coveted ‘completed houses’ design category. Liam said he was honoured to be among… Read More

Architects and artists — the creative dream team 30 May 2018

What happens when two seemingly disparate disciplines are brought together on one project? Bureau^proberts architect Liam Proberts believes artists and architects should work in harmony — harnessing their collective strengths to enhance urban design.   Bureau^proberts Managing Director Liam Proberts long ago identified the power of combining art and architecture. “Art is an essential element… Read More

Brisbane’s mistaken identity 28 May 2018

Thanks to increasing interstate migration and an evolving job market, population growth has led to a boom in Brisbane development over the last decade. But where to from here? According to Liam Proberts, who leads award-winning Brisbane architectural practice bureau^proberts, the city’s in need of some serious character building.       “I think in… Read More

Sky’s the limit for students at Atira 26 April 2018

An expansive rooftop terrace, gym and gaming rooms may all sound like resort amenities but thanks to our team of architects and designers, residents of Atira Student Living can enjoy these little luxuries everyday.   Located in Merivale Street, South Brisbane, Atira was designed to do much more than just provide accommodation for students. Our… Read More

Brisbane CBD set for vibrant makeover 8 March 2018

A major inner-city Brisbane precinct — bordered by Charlotte, George and Mary Streets — is set to be transformed into a thriving thoroughfare for inner-city workers, commuters and visitors. Our team at bureau^proberts will work in collaboration with Architectus to help realise the vision.   Three major commercial buildings, known as ‘the triplets’, located at 33… Read More

Bardon home wins 6 February 2018

Like the vast and spacious land of Australia, this Bardon abode by local architect Bureau Proberts stands proud and independent, designed to mimic its motherland with intelligent functionality behind all its beauty.   Claiming the Residential Architecture – Houses (New) prize at the 2017 Queensland Architecture Awards, this home has now come in at number… Read More

Warm welcome to ML Design clients 11 December 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended our welcome drinks event on Wednesday evening to celebrate ML Design’s integration into bureau^proberts. The night was a great success and a wonderful opportunity for us to introduce our valued ML Design clients personally to the bureau^proberts studio and team.   Our practices are aligned in many ways and… Read More

Art meets fashion on Edward Street 16 November 2017

Two elegant museum glass showcases, bursting with colourful installations by multi-media artist Hiromi Tango are striking new additions to the high-end fashion quarter of Edward Street.   The art vitrines, funded by Brisbane City Council and developed in consultation with bureau^proberts, are part of the Edward Street Upgrade Project.   bureau^proberts director, Christopher Chetham, explains,… Read More

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