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LVO’s Fresh Perspective

The past ten years has seen LVO offer services covering various disciplines for a wide variety of clients. Our team of architects, landscape architects, and visual assessment experts have consistently produced exceptional work, which has given rise to our sterling reputation within the industry. In order to truly nourish this reputation and to ensure our […]

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High St Toowong

Located 4km from the City in a commercial precinct, this development – 38 High Street, Toowong – offers resort style living in the heart of Toowong with buses and trains at the doorstep. A mixed-use project, it includes a careful balance of high end retail spaces, a restaurant/bar and café, a hotel, and a mixture […]

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Ningi Medical Centre

Construction has commenced on the new Medical Centre including a Pharmacy and Pathology in Ningi.

Completion is expected by July 2015

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Moorooka Commercial Development

Construction will be completed by the start of May on the multi-tenancy commercial development on Beaudesert Road at Moorooka. Look forward to our next Design Bulletin for the completed article.

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Noosacare Carramar:

The recently opened Noosacare Carramar extension in Tewantin, Queensland, embodies the ongoing shift in design and operation of aged care facilities in Australia.

Significant extensions to the existing facility were undertaken, including a new administration building, 32-bed specialist dementia unit and new vehicular and pedestrian circulation systems.

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High Street, Toowong

One development that is sure to turn heads and that has already received a lot of attention amongst both local and international investors and property owners is 38 High Street, Toowong designed by LVO.

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What is Urban Design?

In 1956, the Spanish architect Josep Lluis Sert convened an international conference at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design to investigate the emerging discipline of €œ’urban design’€. Sert wanted the conference “to find the common basis for the joint work of the Architect, the Landscape Architect and the City Planner….Urban Design [being] wider than the scope […]

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