Winning Project:

Northshore Pavilionby Anna O'Gorman Architect

Award Finalists:

Foredune House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture

Project Nymph by Zen Architects

Winning Project Details -

Structural Engineer: A.D. Structure

Fabricator: Kennedy’s Timbers

Builder: Charles Warren Construction

Photographer: Christopher Frederick Jones

Location: Brisbane, Queensland

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Project description:

The Northshore Pavilion is a small public information and amenities building overlooking the Brisbane River and used to engage with the community to share future plans for Hamilton Reach, Queensland’s largest waterfront urban renewal precinct.
The structure incorporates a simple pitched roof shade structure that covers the information and amenities pods. The primary structure is made from recycled Grey Ironbark reused from the nearby demolished Hamilton wharves, providing some material continuity with the 19th-century piers and maritime context. The structure has been designed so that it can be unbolted and disassembled in panels and the ‘pods’ craned out by a truck.