Hames Sharley QLD

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Hames Sharley QLD
Level 4 167 Eagle Street BRISBANE QLD 4000 Australia

Hames Sharley is an award winning practice specialising in architecture, interior design, urban design, planning, and landscape architecture. Established in Adelaide in 1975, the practice currently operates offices in Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, Sydney, and Perth. Our portfolio of work is diverse as it is innovative, positioning us as a leader in the international marketplace. We have a rich culture of provoking and sharing new ideas and dedicate ourselves to exceeding client expectations in project delivery. All projects are designed to world class standards and are constantly recognised by our industry peers through the various awards we have received.

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Ripley Valley, Queensland, 2013

Ripley Valley is situated in the suburb of Ipswich, Queensland and has been identified as part of the Brisbane metropolitan western growth corridor project. Hames Sharley is currently developing an urban design core and master plan for the area which will cater for a population of approximately 120,000 residents. The urban core will focus on a high density mixed use precinct featuring a town centre, commercial facilities, residential densities up to R150, large format retail, civic and cultural facilities. There is also a focus on a future rail transit component which will form the basis of a Transport Oriented Development Concept. This unique site in regional Queensland required a whole new approach to site responsive design and generation of a vision. The process involved using the local climate attributes for the design and working closely with the client to develop the town centre. Careful consideration was given to creating a pedestrian environment which encourages the active use of the central town square to create a level of activity and usage even from the very first stages.


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