Creating a setting that encourages group work and peer to peer critique is essential to the teaching of Architecture and Interior Design. With a theme of collaboration, dwp|suters’ concept for refurbishment of QUT’s School of Design redefines the purpose of the entry undercroft into an informal gathering environment: ‘the forum’.
At dwp|suters we are in the business of shaping futures for innovative and sustainable communities and cities.Leone Lorrimer
We are about pioneering new ways of doing for the benefit of current and future communities.
Our expert teams are structured into four portfolios: Lifestyle, Community, Work and Infrastructure. We deliver projects via teams of highly focused specialists, offering diversity, flexibility and creativity.
We question conventions and norms, engaging in thorough research and enquiry throughout the design process to generate unique ideas developed from first principles.
On a constrained site in a location that was once gritty light industrial, but now gentrified, dwp|suters has redesigned a mental health facility that increases bed numbers by 25%, offers enhanced respite areas for patients, staff and visitors, and saves the client $2.2 million.
October 2016: Construction on Doma Group’s new mixed use development 18 Honeysuckle Drive is progressing well with both the residential and commercial towers being topped out in August and construction of the curtain wall and external brickwork to be completed soon.
‘Universities must change or risk fading away.’ This was just one of the discussion points debated at TEMC 2016, held in Auckland, New Zealand in September.