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Brisbane architecture students create alternative Queen's Wharf designs
Wednesday February 10, 2016
Queensland architecture students have created alternate designs for the “ethically and morally challenging” Queen’s Wharf development in Brisbane city, which will begin development in 2017.
University of Queensland architecture students were asked to provide alternate designs for the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Integrated Resort Development and worked to a similar brief.
The Queen’s Wharf development project will cover about six blocks west of Brisbane’s city centre and aims to completely redesign and repurpose the area into a six-star casino, hotel, retail and dining precinct.
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