CUSP is pleased to be part of the Destination Brisbane Consortium (DBC) which has been awarded the all-transformative Queen’s Wharf Precinct project.
The Precinct will be a landmark development for Brisbane and will revitalise nine hectares of riverfront within the heart of our city.
The scheme includes widespread and complex public realm improvements, the adaptive re-use of heritage buildings and iconic architecture that evokes the essence of the Queensland indoor/outdoor lifestyle and will place Queens Wharf Brisbane on the world stage as an international tourist destination.
CUSP was proudly engaged to provide urban design, masterplanning and landscape architectural services and was charged with; ensuring the successful connection of the City to the River in the broader context of the public realm via a series of cross block connections, the reimagining and activation of 1.2km of previously neglected river foreshore, a new pedestrian bridge connecting the City to South Bank and public plaza levels within the IRD including the Sky Walk. This was undertaken in conjunction with the highly skilled multi-disciplinary DBC team including but not limited to Cottee Parker Architects, Jerde, ML Design, Urbis, MWA, RLB, WSP, JLL and Scharp.
For more information for to www.destinationbrisbaneconsortium.com.au.
Services: Landscape Architecture, Masterplanning, Urban Design.