Inspired by architecture with veneration for the past, the added structures at Gibbon St. were imagined as a series of relic-like garden walls repurposed to accommodate a practical living environment. The walls and landscape dictate the experience of the occupant – encouraging a slow pace, a more deliberate experience – distinguished from the regularity and tempo of the modern built environment.
Elina Mottram Award for Residential Architecture, AIA Queensland Architecture Awards (2018)
World Architecture Festival 2018 Finalist
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