A small, single shopfront volume is converted into a memorable collection of three discrete rooms by doing nothing more than removing all existing finishes and positioning a small number of new plaster walls. The outcome is a generous, high-ceilinged main gallery which spills into a smaller display area and proprietor's workspace, with both of these providing access via breaks in enclosing walls to a largely separated and very intimate gallery. Floors and ceilings are pared back to the original grey concrete, and the smallest gallery space is animated by the copper pipework left exposed overhead.
A small, single shopfront volume Rural retail converted into a memorable collection of three discrete rooms by doing nothing more than removing all existing finishes and positioning a small number of new plaster walls.
Floors and ceilings are pared back to the original grey concrete, and the smallest gallery space is animated by the copper pipework left exposed overhead.
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Wesley Mission Brisbane Status: These areas are to be located in separate buildings which share common facilities, as well as ground level pedestrian access and on-site amenities. The surrounding context includes an established aged-care and retirement living community which features a number of heritage buildings, including a chapel known as "The Sanctuary", and a generous garden known as the "Village Green".
In developing the site strategy for this development, the key objectives were to reinstate the historic visual link from Gympie Road to the Sanctuary; extend the Village Green into the heart of the site; protect Village Green from the harsh arterial road context; and to orient the built form in order to take advantage of local and distant views, as well as solar orientation.
The historic Wheller Gardens Settlement was predicated on the idea of semi-independent aged care based around small communities or settlements, set amongst pleasant gardens. By extending the Village Green deep into the new development, uninterrupted views of the Sanctuary are achieved across a landscaped green and additional amenity is provided for the occupants, visitors and staff on the site.
The development is carefully crafted to give definition to the landscape, as is the outlook from the proposed creche, office and retail development, in stark contrast with the major arterial road adjacent. The Village Green is wrapped in a protecting edge of creche, office and retail ensuring its amenity and further protecting the Sancturary with a physical buffer to Gympie Road.
The environment becomes contained, peaceful and deliberately focused around the activities abutting the green. Consolidating the primary tower to the south of the site opens views to the north and allows light gain deep within the floorplate. Views to the south of the site as far as Brisbane CBD from level 5 above and east to Moreton Bay and west accross the settelment are desirable.
The program is wrapped around a central courtyard, establishes views through to the Village Green and Sanctuary beyond. Central to this development will be the creation of a new public realm at the heart of the Coronation Drive Office Park CDOP precinct, strengthening links with the broader Milton neighbourhood and the city of Brisbane at large.
This first stage of a masterplanned redevelopment of the entire CDOP precinct incorporates the delivery of an urban common activated by outdoor dining and public recreation spaces, located at the heart of the renewed precinct, creating a major new outdoor public place serving the local community and visitors from further afield.
The design of the new commercial tower is intended to have a timeless quality and to actively engage with the subtropical urban realm. The development will ensure that Milton continues to evolve as a fringe business centre within walking distance of the Brisbane CBD.
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