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Within a garden setting, two residential towers frame historic Middenbury House. With the design emerging from the natural qualities of the site, we imagine how the site’s landscape can be repaired to create connections from the river’s edge to the heritage fig trees of Coronation Drive.

The residential tower forms have used Middenbury House as a design prompt. Initial studies used the plan proportion for the house as a starting point to create a village of smaller footprints rather than a single large mass. The shaped tower forms have been carefully arranged to maximise both river and city views and minimise exposure to the western sun. Their forms respond to the natural topography of the riverbank and create a tower massing that acknowledges its context and promotes access to light and views.

  • Traditional Custodians The Turrbal and Yuggera people of Meanjin
  • Client Consolidated Properties Group
  • Location Toowong, Brisbane
  • Procurement Invitation
  • Floor Area 30,220 sqm


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