St Lucia House (1998)

Skinner, Peter Ross and Watson Brown, Elizabeth (2008) St Lucia House (1998). Southbank, QLD, Australia, Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA).

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Author Skinner, Peter Ross
Watson Brown, Elizabeth
Title St Lucia House (1998)
Place of publication Southbank, QLD, Australia
Publisher Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA)
Publication date 2008-08-02
Series Placemakers exhibition
Total pages 1 Architectural exhibit
Language eng
Subject 1201 Architecture
120101 Architectural Design
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Exhibited in Placemakers exhibition, Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, 2 August - 23 November, 2008

Elizabeth Watson Brown Architects is dedicated to the exploration and delivery of high-quality, appropriate design for the subtropics. Established in 1990, the practice is a run as a small collaborative design studio focusing primarily on residential projects. Elizabeth Watson Brown has received significant industry recognition in the form of individual awards and she has often been an invited commentator on Queensland architecture at public forums and in the national media. Using fairly minimal means, Watson Brown’s houses convey a sense of grandeur, with generous proportions contributing to a pervasive quality of languorous elegance. Her architecture is notable for the blurring of boundaries between the landscape and interior domestic space and a sensuous engagement with the subtropical climate.
Keyword Architecture - Australia
Architecture - Queensland
Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), Brisbane
Architecture - History - Climate and Sustainability
Original Creative Works - Design/Architectural work

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