We are pleased to welcome Louise Booth to the KO&CoArchitecture team. With over 12 years of experience working for both the private and public sectors, Louise Booth is an architect who has always enjoyed working on projects with a strong sustainable and community focus. Outside of practice, Louise enjoys remaining actively engaged in the architectural community, through teaching both masters and undergraduate subjects at QUT.
KO&Co Architecture is pleased to welcome Stephanie McLeish and Ross Nelson to the team.
Stephanie studied architecture in Brisbane and Stockholm before graduating with a Masters of Architecture in 2014. Stephanie has a passion for socially responsible and humanitarian architecture, values which align with those of the practice.
Ross joins the team following 22 years as a carpenter and a builder. Ross has an exceptional knowledge of construction detailing, and combined with his passion for architecture, his skillset contributes enormously to the practice.
As development progresses at a rapid rate in Hanoi, the city’s heritage buildings are fighting demolition. The juxtaposition between old and new is not always successful, but in this example, the glass box neighbour to the heritage facade is complimentary.
Have you been wondering why the news page of our website has not been updated in a while? Well, our Instagram feed has been keeping me busy along with a recent trip to mystical Bhutan. Takstang is Bhutan’s most famous temple and simply breathtaking (physically and spiritually). To see more photos of my amazing trip, please follow KOANDCOARCHITECTURE on Instagram by clicking the logo at bottom of the page.
The Hill House has been receiving a bit of press lately. Recently published by Brickworks in their industry magazine DesignPlace, you can read the full length article on line. Thank you to John Blowers from Brickworks for all the assistance he provided during selection and specification of the bricks and to Keith Cockburn for his exceptional craftsmanship.