Lugton and Sons
Lugton & Sons is a small office in the Brisbane north-side suburb of Ferny Hills. We focus on a limited number of small to medium scale projects at any time in order to provide a high level of professional service to our clients. Being a smaller firm we can be flexible with job types and scale, working hours and other arrangements to best suit our clients. Previous clients have included builders, other architects and developers, construction companies, community organisations and private individuals. We welcome your enquiry, and strive to do the best for all our clients no matter what size project you are considering.
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Milne Bay Memorial
Nundah Memorial Park, 2007
A lenghty relationship with the Nundah Northgate RSL Sub-branch led to a commission for the second stage of the new commemorative walls in Nundah Memorial Park. The second stage focuses on the Battle of Milne Bay (WWII) and features a sculpted replica of an original WWII marker from Milne Bay. Numerous custom bronze plaques were designed for the memorial wall. Our services were provided on a largely voluntary basis and the appreciation of the RSL and greater community was a source of great saftisfaction to us. The first stage of the commemorative walls (also by Lugton & Sons) was the WWI wall and cannon emplacement. An interesting break from our usual drawing practices was marking up the cannon with an original WWI German camouflage pattern for the volunteers to paint.
Factory for Landmark Products
Deception Bay, 2008
In 2007, Landmark Products decided to relocate manufacturing and administration functions from their Strathpine site to a new industrial estate at Deception Bay. Since 1999 we have been closely involved with Landmark and being very familiar with their business, they requested we design this new facility. The front of the building contains Landmark’s head-office on the upper level and production offices and ancillary rooms on the lower. The upper level overhangs the carpark below providing some shaded parking. A curved corner contains the company boardroom and is a feature of the building distinguishing it within the estate. It also provides a prominent display area for the company’s brand.