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Architecture, Domestic -- Queensland -- Designs and plans
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Architectural drawing of house

  • F2476
  • Item
  • [18--?]

5 drawings backed on 1 folding cloth sheet.
Unidentified house.
Includes front, side and back elevations, section plan and ground plan.

Hettrich, Anton, 1860-1946

Brit Andresen Papers

  • UQFL533
  • Collection
  • 1966-2011

Research papers, photographs, slides, and drawings of residential and religious buildings. Collection includes drawings by Brit Andresen, Peter O'Gorman, Michael Keniger and University of Queensland architectural students.

Andresen, Brit, 1945-

C. B. Da Costa Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL113
  • Collection
  • [192-?]-[195-?]

Much of the material in this collection was prepared for a series of residences and plans to be published in the Sunday Mail. Little material can be positively identified. Some of these items have numbers on the reverse which appears to signify that these were plans for actual jobs undertaken by Da Costa. A distinct Spanish influence can be discerned in many of the houses. Many of the plans bear the initials A or B, A meaning wooden construction and B denoting brick construction.

Da Costa, C. B. (Charles Brandon), 1889-1974

C. W. T. Fulton Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL224
  • Collection
  • 1940

Plans of proposed residence to be erected in Grosvenor Parade Indooroopilly for C.W.T. Fulton in 1940.

Fulton, Charles William Thomas, 1906-1988

Conrad and Gargett Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL228
  • Collection
  • 1890-1986

Drawings of residential and commercial buildings in Brisbane and regional Queensland. Collection includes drawings by Atkinson and Conrad, Atkinson, Powell and Conrad, and Atkinson and McLay, together with plans by other architects, including George Brockwell Gill, C. W. Chambers and Lange Powell.

Conrad & Gargett

Dr Evan Edwards Papers

  • UQFL624
  • Collection
  • 1965-1974.

One folder of correspondence and 23 architectural plans relating to the renovations and alterations to the house 'Bryntirion', Wickham Tce, Spring Hill. In 1965, Dr Evan Edwards engaged architects E P and A I Trewern to renovate sections the family home, 'Bryntirion', at 287 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill. The original house was designed by James Furnival for Edward Barton Southerden and built in 1861 with subsequent extensions. In 1882 it was sold to Richard Edwards who gave the house its Welsh name. Edwards was a partner in the drapery firm Edwards & Chapman, and a director of Telegraph newspapers for thirty years. Edwards died in 1915 and the house remained in the family, occupied by his grandchildren and used as a doctor's surgery. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 17 December 1993.

Edwards, Evan

Duplex units, Hope Island, Gold Coast

Client: Gold course developer. Brief: Concept designs for luxury two bed, two car, two storey duplex villas for a golfing resort; the architecture was to have a 'post modern, Australian classic' character. The Champion's retreat design was based on a cluster of six villas with entries focused on a vehicular courtyard and an arbour over the front entry. No title block.

Thiedeke, Graeme, 1942-

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