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We have 3 pages of Brisbane Architecture selections with links to many individual QLD project pages.

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Architecture in Queensland – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

8 March 2024

More Brisbane architecture photos:

Queens Wharf architecture from the south bank:
Brisbane Queens Wharf architecture

Queen Street historic building:
Brisbane Queen Street historic building

Queen Street shopping building:
Queen Street Brisbane shopping building

Tattersalls Club is a heritage-listed club house at 206 Edward Street, with a second frontage on Queen Street. The historic property was designed by Hall and Prentice and built from 1925 to 1949. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992:
Tattersalls Club Brisbane Queen Street building

A historic church building:
Brisbane church building

Post Office square buildings:
Brisbane Post Office square buildings

2 March 2024

New architecture photos from around the Central Business District:

Brisbane Skytower by CLLIX (nicknamed Bon Bon) – a 270-metre (890 ft) skyscraper at 222 Margaret Street. The 90-storey residential tower is the city’s tallest building:
Brisbane Skytower by CLLIX
photos © Adrian Welch

Brisbane Skytower from the Botanic Gardens

Brisbane Skytower Bon Bon skyscraper

Customs House, 399 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000 – elegant, riverside restaurant with a relaxed dining terrace, serving Modern Australian cuisine:
Customs House, 399 Queen St, Brisbane

Historic buildings at the west end of Queen Street:

Bank of New South Wales building:
Bank of New South Wales Brisbane building

Historic building Brisbane

Riparian Plaza Brisbane building:
Riparian Plaza Brisbane building

Soleil, 243 m (797.2 ft) – the tallest building in Brisbane from 2012 until 2014; also known as Meriton Adelaide Street Serviced Apartments:
Soleil building Brisbane

Central Plaza One,174 m (570.8 ft) – the tallest building in the city from 1988 until 2005; This building was the city’s first skyscraper over 150m:
Central Plaza One Brisbane tower

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane buildings:
Queens Wharf Brisbane buildings

Queens Wharf Brisbane tower buildings

The Kangaroo Point Green Bridge – a new landmark under construction, linking the city centre and Kangaroo Point peninsulas:
Kangaroo Point Green Bridge buildings

Kangaroo Point Green Bridge Brisbane

443 Queen Street – a breathable building in the Brisbane CBD, a 47-storey tower: luxury waterfront development with a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments. The design is by architecture office WOHA, a Singaporean multinational architectural industrial design firm, for developer Cbus Property:
443 Queen Street Brisbane apartments tower

443 Queen Street Brisbane tower

443 Queen Street Brisbane apartments

Oaks Brisbane on Felix Suites:
Oaks Brisbane on Felix Suites

Brisbane architecture along the north bank of the river in the CBD:
Brisbane river architecture designs

Are you interested in new major properties around the city, including the tallest towers? Check out the Brisbane Development Map.

22 Feb 2023
Newport Houses, Redcliffe
Architecture: Michael Bailey (Open Architecture Studio) + Jasper Brown (Jasper Brown Architects)
Newport Houses in Redcliffe, Brisbane QLD

25 May 2022
East Room House
Architecture: Loucas Zahos Architects
East Room House

8 Mar 2022
Midtown Workplace, Brisbane CBD
Architects: Cox Architecture
Midtown Workplace Brisbane Property
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
Midtown Workplace
Midtown Workplace in Brisbane’s CBD delivers a sustainable and adaptable model that accommodates new ways of working for an increasingly distributed workforce. Spanning 9 levels, the workplace is within an adaptive reuse development that merges two ex-government buildings into a single A-Grade tower.

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Brisbane Architecture News 2021

30 September 2021
SunCentral Automated Waste Collection System, Maroochydore, QLD
Architecture: Hames Sharley
SunCentral Automated Waste Collection System QLD
photo © Alain Bouvier
SunCentral Automated Waste Collection System
SunCentral Automated Waste Collection System (AWCS) is unlike any other project in Australia, becoming the first high-tech, automated waste collection system for a CBD in the Southern Hemisphere. ⁠⁠Hames Sharley proudly designed the industrial building to house the equipment for the Envac system – providing a design that was built for purpose and blended to its surroundings.

20 Sep 2021
Taringa House, Taringa, Brisbane CBD, Queensland
Architecture: Loucas Zahos Architects
Taringa House Brisbane
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
Taringa House, Brisbane Property

9 Sep 2021
Hotel X, 458 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006, Australia
Architecture: Cotteeparker
Hotel X Brisbane Fortitude Valley, Queensland
photograph © Justin Nicholas
Hotel X Brisbane Fortitude Valley
Striking a pose on the skyline of the hip city of Brisbane, Australia, the new Hotel X is the ultimate in chic destinations. Located in the centre of the city’s Fortitude Valley, also known as the ‘Valley’, this new five-star offering has been designed to reflect its lively and bold neighbourhood.

28 Jul 2021
Silk Apartments, Ascot, north-east suburb in city
Architecture: Loucas Zahos Architects
Silk Apartments Ascot
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Silk Apartments Ascot
Sited on a strategic corner site bound by Racecourse Road and Beatrice Terrace, the design explores vertical integration in what is a mixed-use development. Retail and local office accommodation are Aligned with Racecourse Road, re-enforcing the linear axis of commercial development of the Street.

22 Mar 2021
Black Ribbon House
Black Ribbon House

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Brisbane Architecture News 2020

4 Nov 2020
Moorooka House
Moorooka House

22 June 2020
57 Coronation Drive, Quay Street Precinct, Brisbane CBD
Architects: Rothelowman
57 Coronation Drive Brisbane apartments pool
image courtesy of architects
57 Coronation Drive Brisbane
A new subtropical residential, tourism and lifestyle hub at 57 Coronation Drive by Maple Development Group has received the green light for Brisbane City’s Quay Street precinct, with development approval granted by a full council meeting, following recommendation of the planning committee.

4 June 2020
TRIO on AMOS, Fortitude Valley

17 Apr 2020
Centre Court House

19 Mar 2020
Burleigh Pavilion, Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads, Queensland, Australia
Design: Alexander &CO.
Burleigh Pavilion Restaurant QLD Australia
photograph : Anson Smart
Burleigh Pavilion Restaurant in QLD
Australia is known for its vast coastline, surfing spots, and beach culture. Oceanfront pavilions are of equal architectural and design importance and were built to provide shelter and amenity to bathers and surfers who flocked to the beaches when the ban on daytime ocean bathing was lifted in 1903.

19 Apr 2020
Couldrey House, Mount Coot-tha, Queensland
Architect: Peter Besley
Couldrey House near Mount Coot-tha, Queensland

27 Apr 2020
Northshore Pavilion
Design: Anna O’Gorman Architect
Northshore Pavilion Queensland Australia
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
Northshore Pavilion, Queensland
Northshore is Queensland’s largest waterfront urban renewal project, spanning an area greater than Brisbane’s CBD. As the precinct’s steady transformation takes place, Northshore Pavilion provides the public with a continual anchor to the area.

20 Mar 2020
Kagome Bamboo Woven Pavilion at QLD University

30 Jan 2020
Walan Tower on Kangaroo Point Peninsula

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Brisbane Architecture News 2019

30 Sep 2019
Brisbane Houses

19 Sep 2019
Mansergh Shaw Makerspace
Design: Cox Architecture
Mansergh Shaw Building Level 1
photo : Christopher Frederick Jones
Mansergh Shaw Building Level 1 at University of Queensland
The University of Queensland’s (UQ) Mansergh Shaw Makerspace, also known as UQ Innovate, has placed the world top-50 university at the forefront of hands-on education in Australia.

31 Jul 2019
Southpoint Apartments

12 Sep 2018
Pullenvale Church
Architects: Hogg&Lamb
Pullenvale Church in Brisbane Queensland
image : Hogg&Lamb
Pullenvale Church Building
Discreet buildings cluster together to form a “village” around a landscaped courtyard. The layout provides spaces of multiple scales which in turn accommodate the hosting of various events.

21 Aug 2018
Reliance Worldwide Headquarters
Design: Biscoe Wilson Architects
Reliance Worldwide Headquarters Brisbane Architecture News
photograph : Aperture Architectural Photography
Reliance Worldwide Headquarters Building
A new corporate headquarters building for a world leader in water control and measurement products. This facility houses the head office, manufacturing, and warehouse operations.

23 Jul 2018
Anglican Church Grammar School Centenary Library, Oaklands Parade, East Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Design: BSPN Architecture
Centenary Library Anglican Church Grammar School Brisbane Architecture News
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Centenary Library, Anglican Church Grammar School
The Centenary Library at Churchie is the most significant project undertaken in the school’s 105-year history. The library activates the heritage-listed portion of the site by creating a space for the future.

2 May 2018
Waltzing Matilda Centre, Winton, Queensland
Design: COX Architecture
Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton Queensland
photo © Casey Vallance
Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton, Queensland
The rebuilt building was designed to reflect the significance of this iconic Australian song through an architecture and interpretative experience. The centre is a robust and expressive facility capturing the distinct nature of the landscape and people that inhabit this great land through its’ experiential design.

2 May 2018
Felicity on Felix Apartment Building, Lutwyche
Architects: The Buchan Group
Felicity on Felix, Lutwyche Apartments Brisbane Architecture News
image from architects
Felicity on Felix, Lutwyche Apartments
Thirty-six exclusively crafted apartments in Lutwyche, in Brisbane’s inner north. The $18 m luxury apartment development by boutique developers Sanchi Development.

7 Mar 2018
City Arcade
Design: The Buchan Group
City Arcade in Townsville Queensland
photo : Andrew Rankin
City Arcade in Townsville, Queensland
The addition to the Flinders Street project included a Woolworths supermarket and supplementary parking to support the growing demand for city shopping and casual dining in Townsville’s CBD.

18 Oct 2017
Anna Meares Velodrome
Architects: Cox Architecture
Anna Meares Velodrome Brisbane Architecture News
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Anna Meares Velodrome
The building creates a public plaza between the velodrome and the BMX track that serves both facilities ensures its use all year-round.

10 Sep 2017
Goodstart Early Learning, Adelaide Street
Architects: Gray Puksand
Goodstart Early Learning Brisbane Architecture News
photograph : Christopher Frederick Jones
Goodstart Early Learning, Adelaide Street in Brisbane
Gray Puksand has designed a ground-breaking 207-place early learning and care centre for Goodstart Early Learning in Adelaide Street, Brisbane. In this unique CBD location, Gray Puksand’s team has achieved outstanding results within difficult parameters.

21 Apr 2017
The Melbourne Residences, South Brisbane
Architects: Tony Owen Partners
Melbourne Residences, South Brisbane Architecture News |
image courtesy of architects
The Melbourne Residences
The Melbourne Residences, is a 20-storey building consisting of 200 units in Brisbane’s Southbank. It contains retail and rooftop club including gym, pool, cinema and dining room.

20 Feb 2017
Habitat on Terrace
Habitat on Terrace Brisbane Architecture News
photograph: Christopher Frederick Jones and Roger D’Souzaspan
Habitat on Terrace
The two critical drivers informing the conceptual framework for Habitat on Terrace were context and feasibility, both of which leaned heavily on the local town plan. This project is an exercise in densification of the inner city suburban site while respecting the local context. It attempts to form an example of how a development project can respond to the character of the Queensland vernacular through its contemporary interpretation.

10 Feb 2017
Australia’s tallest engineered timber building – 5 King
Design: Bates Smart Architects
5 King Tower Brisbane Building News
image courtesy of architects
5 King Tower in Brisbane
5 King is a high-performance commercial building and the tallest engineered timber building in Australia. The 52 metre* high tower in the Brisbane Showgrounds development will also hold the title for the largest gross floor area (GFA) for an engineered timber office building worldwide.

30 Jan 2017
Breeze Apartments
Architects: Tony Owen Partners
Breeze Apartments
image courtesy of architects
New Apartments in Mooloolaba
Mooloolaba is a resort town on the southern coast of Queensland. It has expansive beaches and a laid back feel.

3 Jan 2017
Kings Co-op
Design: The Buchan Group
Kings Co-op Redevelopment Brisbane Architecture News
image courtesy of architects
Kings Co-op Redevelopment
The next chapter of the $2.9 billion regeneration of Brisbane’s RNA Showgrounds is underway with the construction of Kings Co-op, a mixed and adaptive re-use development.

page updated 27 Dec 2016 with new photos
Translational Research Institute, Woolloongabba
Design: Wilson Architects + Donovan Hill Architects
Translational Research Institute Woolloongabba
image courtesy of architects
Translational Research Institute Building in Woolloongabba
The TRI is conceived as a series of interconnected places to enable a community of research. From the intimate to the expansive, the building acknowledges the diverse communities that make up TRI. It enables both the intensity of scientific research and a range of opportunities for collaboration.

20 Dec 2016
Hawthorne Deluxe Precinct
Design: The Buchan Group
Hawthorne Deluxe Precinct Brisbane Architecture News
picture courtesy of architects
Hawthorne Deluxe Precinct Brisbane
An old Brisbane dilapidated cottage has been transformed to form the heart of a new entertainment and retail hub following a $3.5 million refurbishment and redesign.

7 Nov 2016
Felicity on Felix Apartment Building Lutwyche
Architects: The Buchan Group
Felicity on Felix Apartment Building at Lutwyche
image from architect
Felicity on Felix Apartment Building Lutwyche
Brisbane’s inner north is about to welcome a new $18 million architecturally-designed residential development, with construction well underway on Felicity on Felix, a five-storey, 36-apartment building at Lutwyche.

10 Jun 2016
480 Queen Street Brisbane
Design: BVN
480 Queen Street Brisbane Building
image from architect
“The innovation on display in this building is a real credit to all involved,” said the Hon Anastasia Palaszczuk, Queensland Premier and Minister for the Arts, as she officially opened 480 Queen Street, Brisbane on 9 June 2016.

2 Jun 2016
Student Residences at St Lucia Campus
Design: Wilson Architects + Partners Hill
Student Residences at St Lucia Campus - Brisbane Architecture News
image from architect
$250m home-away-from-home for 1300 students, with around-the-clock pastoral support and security.

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