Honeyworks House published in Brisbane News

We are so excited that the Honeyworks house has been published in the latest addition of the Brisbane News. Thank you Michelle Bailey @michellebailey for your kind words. Builder: @black_developments Pictures: @christopherfrederickjones

Exhibition in a box

Context driven design: place, client, time. The box contains yarrong [sand] collected from Minjerribah [North Stradbroke Island] the world’s second largest sand island. It is the context for many of our projects and a source of inspiration and research. The island sand constantly changes. It shifts in the wind, it’s claimed by the tides, and it defines & redefines Minjerribah’s physical extents. It is part of Quandamooka country, supporting a unique and delicate ecosystem. Our practice attempts to understand a project’s context and respond through architecture. As the sand in our practice box travels for this exhibition, it becomes further disrupted and removed from its place of origin. It w

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