Walumba Elders Centre

Walumba Elders Centre is a disaster relief response-built project. The Elders Centre provides private accommodation and multiple levels of care to residents as well as public community and cultural spaces.

Bunjil Place

A built project featuring diverse cultural facilities and community spaces under one roof. The design features central focus on interpretation of the land in the culture of the Traditional Owners and inhabitants, the Wurundjeri, Bunurong and Boon Wurrung people. Completed in 2017, the project features public theatres, gallery, library, exhibition and meetings spaces.

Blak Box

Blak Box is a public art installation meant to encourage visitors to concepts of Indigeneity through sound. The intent of the storytelling project is to travel throughout many Countries utilising music, poetry and language.

West Kimberly Regional Prison

A built project, the West Kimberley Regional Prison, the first culturally appropriate Indigenous prison. Designed in consultation with Kimberly Elders.

Kununurra Courthouse

Kununurra Courthouse is a civic building. The Courthouse was built in response to the historical alienation of Aboriginal people from community and place within courtrooms. The building responds to the different needs of the Indigenous community. The narrative of the structure engages with local Aboriginal culture and responds to landscape and Country.

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