Walk across the Walter Taylor Bridge and take a peek inside the bridge pylon. It spans the Brisbane River from Indooroopilly to Chelmer, and is a rare style of bridge with national significance #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Walk across the Walter Taylor Bridge and take a peek inside the bridge pylon. It spans the Brisbane River from Indooroopilly to Chelmer, and is a rare style of bridge with national significance

Photo by Christopher // Recently awarded the Australian Institute of Architects (Queensland Chapter) 2014 Enduring Architecture Award, Torbreck introduced a new concept of modern living to Brisbane and epitomised the city's coming of age #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Photo by Christopher // Recently awarded the Australian Institute of Architects (Queensland Chapter) 2014 Enduring Architecture Award, Torbreck introduced a new concept of modern living to Brisbane and epitomised the city's coming of age

Photo by Ryan Lahiff // Toonarbin, one of Brisbane's earliest homes, was named by architect Benjamin Backhouse after a manor in Henry Kingsley's early Australian novel titled 'Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn' #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Photo by Ryan Lahiff // Toonarbin, one of Brisbane's earliest homes, was named by architect Benjamin Backhouse after a manor in Henry Kingsley's early Australian novel titled 'Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn'

Photo by Scott Burrows // The Terraced House is a recently completed project by Shaun Lockyer Architects that explores the idea of an articulated landscape creating an elevated courtyard to the side of a recalibrated post-war cottage #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

The Terraced House par Shaun Lockyer Architects - Brisbane, Australie Photos : Scott Burrows

Photo by Christopher Frederick Jones // Discover Queensland architect John Railton's delightful 1963 family home and studio in the Brisbane inner-city suburb of Spring Hill #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Photo by Christopher Frederick Jones // Railton House and Office: Discover Queensland architect John Railton's delightful 1963 family home and studio in the Brisbane inner-city suburb of Spring Hill

Photo by Jennifer Mendez // Designed by prominent architect James Cowlishaw, Hanworth House on Lytton Road at East Brisbane is opening its doors to Brisbane for the first time in 150 years #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Photo by Jennifer Mendez // Designed by prominent architect James Cowlishaw, Hanworth House on Lytton Road at East Brisbane is opening its doors to Brisbane for the first time in 150 years

Coronet Court, originally known as Coronet Flats, straddles a well-located corner opposite New Farm Park and is one of New Farm's most distinctive art deco buildings #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Coronet Court, originally known as Coronet Flats, straddles a well-located corner opposite New Farm Park and is one of New Farm's most distinctive art deco buildings

Photo by Toby Scott // Christian Street Residence: Its back is buried in the hill, protected from the harsh summer sun, storms and winter westerlies, while high gables make a patio to street, a covered arrival and gathering place with barn doors to living behind. Cars participate without becoming a barrier between street activity and life within #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Image 1 of 20 from gallery of Christian Street House / James Russell Architect. Photograph by Toby Scott

Brisbane Common Ground is Queensland's first supportive housing initiative, offering permanent rental accommodation to people who have experienced long term homelessness and people who require access to affordable housing #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

Brisbane Common Ground is Queensland's first supportive housing initiative, offering permanent rental accommodation to people who have experienced long term homelessness and people who require access to affordable housing

In 1962 architect Peter Heathwood designed a specification home for builder AF Dawson, and construction was completed in 1963. 51 years later the AF Dawson residence still stands relatively unchanged #boh2014 #unlockbrisbane #brisbane #discoverbrisbane

In 1962 architect Peter Heathwood designed a specification home for builder AF Dawson, and construction was completed in 51 years later the AF Dawson residence still stands relatively unchanged


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