We are pleased to welcome Shem Guthrie to the KO&Co Architecture team. Shem has a specific interest in work that is within the public realm, heritage, historic and natural places connected to the history and context of place.
We are pleased to welcome Katie Flanagan to the KO&Co Architecture team. Katie is an architect with extensive experience leading design and delivery of student housing and retirement living projects, as well as various residential alterations and additions.
This has been one of the most tumultuous times in modern history. As lives and jobs are lost and the economy plummets, all our clients, consultants and builders have been consistently in our thoughts.
We have been closely monitoring advice from the World Health Organisation, our Chief Medical Officer, State and Federal government advice and will follow recommendations as they are announced.
We are aware the industry has implemented social distancing in different ways and at different rates. We want to reassure you we have successfully set up remote access for all our staff and have been effectively working remotely with minimal disruption to our deliverables.
The health and safety of our team and our clients is our priority, however, I also wish to reassure everyone our business operations and productivity continue as usual.
If you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our studio on 0417 007 458.
We are pleased to welcome Sam Routledge to the KO&Co Architecture team. Sam is an architectural graduate from the Queensland University of Technology, focussing his Master’s degree on social housing and adaptive re-use of public buildings.
The Cornwall Street project in Woolloongabba broke ground this week. Designed for BHC and built by Stokes Wheeler, the new affordable rental housing will provide 32 apartments for youth and key workers. This development is the first to be constructed under the Queensland Government’s Partnering for Growth initiative.
Located on a small yet prominent site, the 9 storey apartment building will include a mix of studio and one bedroom apartments, designed to respond to the Brisbane City Council’s ‘Building’s that Breathe’ design guidelines.
BHC’s Rebecca Oelkers and Eloise Atkinson, were joined by the Hon. Jackie Trad MP, Deputy Premier and Treasurer, the Hon. Mick de Brenni, Minister for Housing and Public Works and Annemaree Callander from Brisbane Youth Service for the sod turning.
We are pleased to welcome John Kim to the KO&Co Architecture team. John is a Graduate of Architecture from the Queensland University of Technology and also a skilled Revit technician.
We are pleased to welcome Ivan to the KO&Co Architecture team. Ivan is currently completing his Masters of Architecture at the University of Queensland and has joined us as an Architectural Student.
We are pleased to welcome Pak Chan to the KO&Co Architecture team. Pak joins us from Popolus and is passionate about creating spaces that connect with people on an emotional level.
We are pleased to welcome Cate Meehan to the KO&Co Architecture team. Cate is a architect who is passionate about all aspects of design and the way in which well-designed spaces can enhance human experiences and interaction. Outside of practice, Cate enjoys the outdoors, particularly surfing, skateboarding and sunshine.
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.