Blight Rayner | 400 George Street
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JAYSON + MICHAEL’S HISTORY BEFORE BLIGHT RAYNER

Previous Projects with Cox Architecture t/a Cox Rayner:

400 George Street

Brisbane, 2006-11

 

 

Client

Leighton Properties and Grosvenor Australia

 

Architect

Cox Architecture t/a Cox Rayner Architects

 

Project Director

Jayson Blight

 

Involved in Design

Michael Rayner

 

Cox Architecture t/a Cox Rayner Awards

AIA Queensland Commericial Architecture Brisbane Commendation 2010 • AIA Queensland Art and Architecture Brisbane Commendation 2010

 

Photography

Christopher Frederick Jones

 

 

400 George Street sits opposite the Brisbane Magistrates Court, also designed by Cox Architecture Pty Limited t/a Cox Rayner, and has a reciprocal architectural relationship of forms, materials and art installations. The main installation here is the occupation of the tall foyer volume by ‘stalactites’ and ‘stalagmites’ made from 3,000 found kitchen utensils, a work by Brisbane artist Donna Marcus. The intent was to render the foyer as a public rather than corporate space, and it is activated by a restaurant, food court, gymnasium and child care centre. The tower design is an essay in proportions between the base, middle and top, using varied fenestration rhythms to create the effect of an ‘urban lantern’.