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It’s the industry’s night of nights, the 2024 Queensland Architecture Awards! Hosted by the Australian Institute of Architects’ Queensland Chapter, guests arrived at Brisbane City Hall to celebrate the best-of-the-best in design.
Among the list of acclaimed projects, Fulton Trotter Architects received a Commendation award, alongside Architectus Conrad Gargett, for the joint Redlands Satellite Hospital project in the ‘Public Architecture’ category.

Fulton Trotter Architects' team Ryan Loveday, Justine Ebzery, Michael Andrews and Hayley Crofts at AIA Qld Chapter Awards.

The project was praised for its positive interaction between users and the landscape as it focused on human-centered architecture. The commendation cited empathy and consideration of users’ needs reflected in the project, highlighting the hospital’s subtropical entry sequence and integration of artwork by First Nations art studio Chaboo Designs.

The award also showcased the project’s wayfinding design strategies and double-loaded corridors, contributing to the desired floor plan.

Practice Director, Justine Ebzery said she was proud of the Fulton Trotter team and was thrilled to receive the industry award.

“The project was designed in conjunction with Architectus Conrad Gargett and it’s great to see the Redlands Satellite Hospital honoured in the Australian Institute of Architects Awards,” Justine said.

“We were lucky enough to receive a commendation in the Greater Brisbane Regional Awards for the project earlier in May, so to see the project celebrated again is a project milestone.”

Redlands Satellite Hospital was a collaborative project with Conrad Gargett for Queensland Health and Metro South Health, landscaping from Dunn and Moran landscape architects and Hutchinson Builders. The project was one of seven sites located across southeast Queensland, providing essential healthcare to regions across Queensland.

For more information on the project, visit the project page here.