bureau^proberts integrating ML Design 31 October 2017

bureau^proberts is set to expand after more than 25 years building a reputation as an award-winning architecture practice. On the back of a growing domestic and international portfolio, we are keen to increase capacity in order to respond to the exciting design opportunities in Australia, Malaysia and the Middle-East.   Managing Director Liam Proberts is… Read More

What happens when artists and architects unite? 18 August 2017

Wahat Al Karama Memorial is not just a monument and pavilion of honour in Abu Dhabi, it’s a testament to the creative collaboration between artists and architects.   As a practice, we have a long history of working with artists to elevate civic spaces through meaningful urban infrastructure projects. This type of partnership gives us… Read More

Makers of the new. 22 August 2016

We’re excited to show you something we’ve been working on…   We recently sat down to reflect on what we’ve achieved in almost 25 years of practice. This gave us the opportunity to think about who we are and what differentiates us.   Our architecture is inspired by art, history, nature and our roots as… Read More

Humanising High-Density 1 August 2016

Liam Proberts was recently invited to be the contributing editor for the August issue of InfoLink Building Product News Magazine.   Take a look at the full feature >   Medium to high-density multi-residential developments play a major part in shaping the urban fabric of our cities. They are necessary and healthy for our city life…. Read More

DA approved for iconic “Queenslanders in the sky” 20 January 2016

 bureau^proberts and Cam Ginardi of GBW Group are continuing their partnership on another ground-breaking multi-residential project in Kangaroo Point. The DA for 2 Scott St has recently been approved, and the project builds on their experiences with the award-winning SILT.   “The No 2 Scott Street project provides a new direction for apartment living in… Read More

bureau^proberts scoops Queensland State Architecture Awards 16 July 2015

Following on from their success at the Brisbane Regional architecture awards in May, bureau^proberts once again received more awards than any other practice at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Queensland Architecture Awards.   bureau^proberts scooped the Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing category, winning the top two awards as well as a commendation. The internationally… Read More

bureau^proberts scoop the Brisbane Architecture Awards 22 May 2015

bureau^proberts role as a leader in Brisbane architecture and interior design was confirmed on Friday night at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards where they won more awards than any other practice across five categories. The awards recognise the best of Brisbane architecture and bureau^proberts has once again been recognised for… Read More

New era in Brisbane development market 2 April 2015

Marking a significant shift in the Brisbane market, the Development Approval (DA) for the bureau^proberts-designed 1 Cordelia St project in South Brisbane has been approved.   bureau^proberts Managing Director Liam Proberts said the $160m project for Metro Property Developmen was an endorsement of the Brisbane market as an alternative to Sydney and Melbourne for international… Read More

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

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