Combined Mess, Enoggera Barracks
A super mess in both size and capacity, this building’s roof plane spans one hectare in area yet sits sensitively and hovers respectfully over a tributary of Enoggera Creek. Elements of the building’s form work to break down the perceived scale of the development by framing the formal entrances and the senior messes traversing the natural waterway by footbridges.
Sandy Creek, originally intended to be piped, was rehabilitated to provide habitat for the endangered Tusked Frog. Besides significant cost benefits the rehabilitation of the creek provides wildlife habitat and visual amenity.
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