Christopher Frederick Jones left England after finishing university and now lives north-west of Brisbane. He left the design industry to pursue work behind the lens and now shoots architecture in Queensland as well as internationally.
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The renewal of the high street of Barcaldine, in rural Queensland, has won the state’s top award at the 2019 Minister’s Awards for Urban Design in Queensland.
Wilson Architects director Elizabeth “Beth” Wilson, described as a “doyenne” of landscape architecture, has died aged 85.
Eight Australian projects were named winners in the 2018 Architecture Masterprize.
A new public square for a town on the Sunshine Coast, a waterfront redevelopment in Rockhampton and a lakeside playspace in Centenary Lakes were among twenty-eight projects to receive awards at the AILA 2018 Queensland Landscape Architecture Awards.
The winners of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ Queensland Landscape Architecture Awards have been announced in Brisbane.
A set of flood-resilient ferry terminals, a mammoth post-industrial renewal project and the ‘daylighting’ of an urban stream all received gongs at 2017 Good Design Awards.
Eight ferry terminals have been stitched to their Brisbane River sites in a generous, flood-resilient scheme that elevates the public transit experience.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has recognized 40 projects in eleven categories at the 2016 National Landscape Architecture Awards.
Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital by Conrad Gargett.
A series of visitors’ books, or “bench diaries,” were left on a roof garden at Brisbane’s Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital when the hospital first opened.