- Princhester Studios
- Samoa Climate Change Projects
- Fitzgibbon Case Study for the Centre for Subtropical Design & the ULDA
- Tiaro Turtle Sculpture Pavilion
- Re-directive Project: Boonah 2
- Redirective Project: Gold Coast 2
- Re-directive Design: Brisbane Food Land Farming and Housing Project
- River Central & Hill Central
- Tambo Town Tourism Strategy and Main Street Rejuvenation
Re-directive Design: Brisbane Food Land Farming and Housing Project
The flood prone areas of Brisbane contain the best soils in the Catchment -quaternary alluvials. Brisbane has a long history of market garden food production in these areas, along the river and other streams.
Long taken up for parks and industry the farming move out.
The recent construction of the Wivanhoe Dam turned the Brisbane River into a long estuary andprovided confidence to build housing on land that had a history of flooding. Much of this was flooded in 2011.
This project explores the possibilities of retaining population through localised increases in density by moving houses in a medium density form, to the edges of the alluvium, above flood waters. The soils can then be again considered for a productive ecosystem which will form a focus for community, learning and commercial transactions.
The "first cab off the rank" case study looks at a site at Banyo as a means of drawing out and exploring the regulatory, urban design and social issues,