News

Heritage and urban design awards

4 May 2017

Two Deicke Richards projects earned commendations in the 2017 Brisbane Architecture Awards. The awards went to an inner city adaptive heritage project and the master planning for a sustainable, transit oriented development.

The Central Village Heritage Precinct was recognised for its adaptation of a group of 19th century military buildings, including Queensland’s oldest surviving drill hall.

In the urban design category, the team won a commendation for its work on the Yeerongpilly TOD detailed plan of development.  This project has previously been recognised at state and national level PIA awards.

Follow the links for more on both projects, or click here for details of all the 2017 Brisbane Architecture Awards. All commended projects progress to the Queensland State Awards to be announced in June.

Photography: Christopher Frederick Jones