Coorparoo Square is one of nine new architectural projects being featured in the Living in the City exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane.
Living in the city will explore nine new architectural projects in Brisbane currently under construction alongside one project from each of our nine Sister Cities in the Asia-Pacific: Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), Auckland (New Zealand), Chongqing and Shenzhen (China), Daejeon (South Korea), Hyderabad (India), Kaohsiung (Taiwan), Kobe (Japan) and Semarang (Indonesia).
The centrepiece of the exhibition are detailed architectural models of each of these projects. Visitors will see some of the region’s most exciting and innovative architectural practice, from immense residential towers and private luxurious homes to state-of-the-art sporting facilities. Through the stories behind these projects, the exhibition will also provide a snapshot of each cities, allowing visitors to gain insight into city living across the Asia-Pacific.
Conrad Gargett’s mixed use residential project, Coorparoo Square is a catalyst project for the revitalisation of the Coorparoo Junction Precinct. It aims to create a dynamic, vibrant transit-orientated community that caters to residents and workers daily needs. The project delivers a mix of apartment types to create a diverse community. Integrated retail and commercial uses activate current street edges as well as a new laneway precinct.
For more information on the Living in the City Exhibition, visit www.muesumofbrisbane.com.au