Frank Lloyd Wright tour

Posted on May 25, 2018

Brant and Ashley spent a cold week in April travelling though Illinois and Wisconsin, visiting some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s best-known work (and a few obscure examples too). Highlights included the beautifully restored Unity Temple in Oak Park with its clever three tiered seating arrangement, and Wingspread – a house built for Herbert F. Johnson Jr., […]

Sydney University – Conservation of Traditional Buildings

Posted on Apr 24, 2018

Brant recently undertook an intensive course at Sydney University on the Conservation of Traditional Buildings. The course involved hands-on workshops on lime mortar and plasterwork, as well as visits to Rookwood Cemetery, the wonderful Denbigh Farm, and time for a side trip to John MacArthur’s Elizabeth Farm in Parramatta. Denbigh Farm (top-left and bottom-right), Traditional […]

Kangaroo Point Apartment in Queensland Homes magazine

Posted on Sep 27, 2017

Our Kangaroo Point Apartment project has been published in Queensland Homes magazine. Thanks to David Sandison for the pics, and TM Residential Projects for the build. More images of the project here: Kangaroo Point Apartment                           ‘Riverside renewal’. Queensland Homes, Spring/Summer 2017 issue: p.133

New Farm Carport in Brisbane News

Posted on Aug 29, 2017

Our New Farm carport has been featured in last week’s Brisbane News. Thanks to Tonya Turner for the words, Manson Images – Architectural Photography for the pics, and TM Residential Projects for the build. More images of the project here: New Farm Carport                            

Australia By Design – Top 10 Queensland Projects

Posted on Jul 22, 2017

The Condensery: Somerset Regional Art Gallery was featured on this week’s Queensland episode of Channel 10’s Australia by Design. “Australia by Design gathers design, building and property leaders to judge the top 10 architectural statements for the year in each state and territory in Australia.” If you missed the episode, it’ on youtube (We’re at […]

Bardon House wins Queensland Architecture Award

Posted on Jun 24, 2017

The Bardon House picked up a State Award at the 2017 Queensland Architecture Awards on Friday night. We are very pleased to have helped bureau^proberts with this project. Congrats to Liam and Cath Proberts, as well as all at bureau^proberts who worked on the project. Photos of the project are located here: Bardon House 2017 […]

Welcome Angus!

Posted on Mar 9, 2017

We are very pleased to welcome Angus Godwin to the PHAB Architects team. Angus has completed a Bachelor of Design (Honours) in Architectural Studies at Queensland University of Technology, and was QUT’s recipient of the 2016 Jim Woolley Design for the Environment Award. Welcome Angus! CV: Angus Godwin  

2017 Archdaily Building of the Year finalist

Posted on Feb 1, 2017

The Condensery: Somerset Regional Art Gallery is a finalist in the 2017 Archdaily Building of the Year awards! Over 30,000 people voted on more than 3,000 projects world-wide, narrowing the field to 80 projects across 16 categories. The project is the sole Australian project to make the list, and is 1 of just 5 projects in the ‘Refurbishment’ […]

Bardon House in HOUSES magazine

Posted on Jan 31, 2017

PHAB Architects was invited to collaborate on this recently completed project, Bardon House, by Bureau Proberts. It was a pleasure to contribute to Liam Proberts’ own family home, and we are delighted to see it published in the latest HOUSES magazine. (Issue 114 2017: pp.74-81) More photos and info about the project are located here: […]

2017 Archdaily Building of the Year Award nominations

Posted on Jan 24, 2017

The Condensery: Somerset Regional Art Gallery has qualified for Archdaily’s 2017 Building of the Year Awards in two categories, and we’d love you to vote! The awards are a two stage process that require as many NOMINATIONS as possible for the first stage (23rd to 30th January 2017), and then as many VOTES as possible for the […]