Based around the concept of a Balinese house our design makes full use of the moderate climatic conditions through providing three distinct pavilions interconnected by covered outdoor living areas.
This shipping container project was about providing comfortable ‘bushcamp’ accommodation for the owners of a major greenhouse development.
Rockhampton won the 2007 Australian Airports Association Major Airport of the Year and was also awarded the QMBA Central Queensland, Project of the Year and the QMBA State Award in Tourism Hospitality Facilities.
This project encompassed the refurbishment of a CBD building, donated to Mackay Regional Council, to accommodate a new, state of the art city library.
The flexibility of the internal layout is maximised through a large open space surrounded by quiet areas, study rooms, booth seating, a young adults area, a children’s space and a special heritage display.
Following an initial brief to expand the gaming and dining areas we conducted a review of future development options to ensure our final design was consistent with the club’s long-term requirements. This lead to the inclusion of a northern deck integrating play areas with the internal club and a new high-level roof with extensive glazing to the north.
The design for this building provides a unique and dramatic car showroom, accommodating the manufacturers strict branding requirements.
Preparing a winning alternative design that tendered as a Design/Construct concept, our design provided significant aesthetic functional & operational improvements.
15 years after the construction of our initial design, Stea was engaged to increase the retail space and the capacity of the departure lounge of the Sunshine Coast Airport terminal.
Awarded the AAA 2016 Innovation & Excellence-Infrastructure Development Award, our design addressed the existing shortfalls and operational issues as well as the anticipated increase of passenger numbers and provided international capabilities.
The concept design for the Kucom Theatre provided unique and extremely noticeable premises for a small amateur theatre company. Our concept used shipping containers as the primary structural form with economical sandwich panel infills providing the articulated roof form, niches for the required lighting rails, and access walkways.
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