Robin Gibson and Partners

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Robin Gibson and Partners

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Robin Gibson established an architectural practice in Brisbane under the name R. F. Gibson Architect in the late 1950s, employing student architects Gabriel Poole, Geoffrey Pie and Robert Collin. Around 1970 the practice was renamed Robin Gibson and Partners. Over the next three decades the firm was responsible for some of the most prominent public architecture in Brisbane, including the various stages of the Queensland Cultural Centre, the Queen Street Mall, and the ANZAC-Post Office Square redevelopment. The practice was wound up in 2013 when Gibson retired.


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AU NLA 1474926

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Revised, JR, 02-May-2023




Robin Gibson, 'Digital Archive of Queensland Architecture', accessed online 02-May-2023.
Obituary for Robin Gibson, 'ABC News, updated 25 Jul 2017', accessed online 02-May-2023.
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