Architecture

Date: December 12, 2023

DM2 Architecture journeys to NZ for latest on Laboratory Designs and Standards

Kia Ora from the picturesque Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown NZ where DM2 Architecture’s laboratory leaders, Will and Emma, attended the 2023 Annual ABSANZ Conference. Themed “Biosafety and Biosecurity in Turbulent Times”, the conference highlighted current and future pandemics, showcasing best practice and advancements in laboratory design, planning and strategy across Australia, NZ and South-East Asia.

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Date: June 8, 2023

PURPOSELY CREATIVE 23/03 ACCOLADES FOR PATINA RESTAURANT

Congratulations to all the team involved with Patina at Alumni Court restaurant at The University of Queensland for being awarded the 2023 Australian Institute of Architects commendation for commercial property in the Greater Brisbane region. Project Team: Builder: FARA | Fitout and Refurbishment Australia Structural & Civil Engineers: Northrop Consulting Engineers Mechanical & Electrical Engineers: […]

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Date: May 16, 2023

PURPOSELY CREATIVE 23/02 SUPPORTING REGIONAL QUEENSLAND

DM2 Architecture are proud to have the “Bigger Big Rig” recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects, winning a commendation in the Public Architecture category of the Darling Downs and West Moreton Regional awards programme for 2023. Congratulations to all involved in bringing this project to fruition. It is rewarding to see how investment in […]

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Date: April 4, 2023

PURPOSELY CREATIVE 23/01 LABORATORIES

Welcome to DM2’s latest newsletter.  In this newsletter we will illustrate some of the recently completed and upcoming projects.  The labs illustrate a diversity across research, teaching and compliance focused works.  

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Date: September 20, 2022

DM2 ARE KICKING GOALS!

Our football teams may have capitulated come the pointy end of the season but we at DM2 have been kicking some goals this season. Welcome to DM2’s Spring newsletter, which signals a special time in our development as a practice with many milestones to celebrate.  This year we celebrate a significant 15 Years as DM2 […]

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Date: July 15, 2022

The Bigger Big Rig

The recently opened Bigger Big Rig observation tower and treetop walkway is providing a lot of buzz and excitement in Roma.DM2 were engaged by The Maranoa Council to enhance the show experience celebrating the historic EMSCO big rig on display at Roma’s Big Rig park.The primary function of the tower was to allow guests to […]

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Date: May 24, 2022

Patina Restaurant The University of Queensland

DM2 is very proud to be part of the delivery of UQ’s latest Hospitality venue.  “Patina” is the third food and beverage facility designed by DM2 on the St Lucia Campus in the last 3 years.  Following on from the Physiol Refectory and Biosciences Library Forecourt, the new restaurant will operate in tandem with Customs […]

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Date: March 8, 2022

Newsletter December 2021

Most of our clients know of DM2 for our work in the research, education, hospitality & retail sectors. However, we also enjoy undertaking residential works, be they a new homes, full remodel or small alterations and detailed insertions in an existing property. On the back of our AIA commendation for Bal Harbour residence in the […]

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Date: July 30, 2021

JULY 2021 – EDUCATION

Welcome to our first newsletter for FY2122 and a focus on education works.Over the past couple of years we have been expanding our education portfolio from solely Tertiary Education to include works for the Department of Education. The later part of 2021 will see a number of these projects hand over in readiness for the […]

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Date: July 1, 2021

Commendation Awarded For Residential Architecture

DM2 are proud to have Bal Harbour awarded a commendation in the Gold Coast Regional AIA Architecture Awards. Perfectly situated on a stunning waterfront block in Broadbeach Waters, the brief was to design a new house that would work in harmony with the idyllic surroundings. The vision was to create an innate connection with the waterfront views […]

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Date: November 28, 2020

These are unusual times

I’m sure we are all over hearing the phrase “these are unusual times” but it has been an intriguing period with changing work environments. As the various forms of lockdown and social distancing took effect and our workplaces changed, I couldn’t help but reflect on my thesis from some 20+ years ago.

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