Tanner Kibble Denton Architects

Brisbane City Hall

Client: Brisbane City Council

Following a comprehensive restoration program, the Brisbane City Hall was re-dedicated in 2013. Considered Queensland’s most significant heritage building, the project refurbished existing interiors, introduced new functional spaces, developed a new lighting program and provided a range of contemporary building services. Following extensive conservation work, the original building fabric of marble, mosaic tiles, silky oak joinery, bronzed coffered ceilings, decorative glazing and plasterwork recovered their original grandeur. After rectifying its structural, fire and safety deficits, City Hall is equipped for its 21st century role in the city’s civic, cultural and social events.

 

Awards

John Herbert Memorial Award, Heritage Council Gold Award
National Trust Heritage QLD Award
Queensland Architecture Award, Don Roderick Award for Heritage
Brisbane Regional, Heritage Commendation
Premier’s Award and Sustainable Heritage Award
Queensland Premier’s Sustainability Award
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