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Ipswich Justice Precinct

Ipswich

The Ipswich Justice Precinct’s interior architecture was conceived to respond to the project’s overall design.

Artwork was integral, with its value ranging from cultural engagement to spatial definition and connection. Interior spaces are inseparable to exteriors, both in terms of sequences of movement and spatial relationships to the outside world.

Programmatically, the interior design effortlessly resolves an unusually complex set of movement systems (even for a justice building). While generating the stature and dignity indispensable to a court facility. Ipswich Courthouse offers a significant contribution to this richly textured regional city

Awards

FDG Stanley Award for Public Architecture, AIA QLD 2010
GHM Addison Award for Interior Architecture, AIA QLD 2010
State Award for Art & Architecture, AIA QLD 2010

Technical Information

City
Ipswich
Year
2009
In Association With
ABM Architects
Client
Department of Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Government
Status
Completed, 2005-2009
Key Consultants
Bruce Reynolds, Laurie Nilsen, Alexander Lotersztain, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Madonna Staunton + Michael Litter, Samuel Tupou, Lincoln Austin, Kenji Uranishi, Jacqueline Armistead, Robert Bird Group, WSP (Lincolne Scott), SPP Group, RCP, RLB, Tract Consultants, Ron Rumble Renzo Tonin, Eric Martin and Associates, Dot Dash
Builder
Abigroup
Cost
$93,000,000
Gross Floor Area
19,800m2