BNE OpenHouse 2016

Brisbane Open House is a free public festival that celebrates Brisbane’s architecture and offers behind-the-scenes access to 100 buildings across the city
— BNE Open House

This year I was determined to visit some new places. I also made an exception a revisited Woods Bagot, Architectural firm right in the city. Mainly because I love their repurposed (and done so in a thoughtful manner) office space and catch up on their latest projects.

 Woods Bagot foyer.

Woods Bagot foyer.

 Workspace, Woods Bagot

Workspace, Woods Bagot

 Woods Bagot Feature

Woods Bagot Feature

 Architectus Light Space

Architectus Light Space

 bureau^proberts, Architecture. Again a thoughtful repurposing of the existing space. A blend of new with the old.

bureau^proberts, Architecture. Again a thoughtful repurposing of the existing space. A blend of new with the old.

 Interior details

Interior details

 Street Lines

Street Lines

My focus being on lines/ light > details. Finding a point of interest, determining the best angle / approach for the photo. And the occasional post edit. One day soon I shall purchase a tilt/shift lens, ideal for tight spots and shooting verticals.

 Patrick Wharf Brisbane on Tri-x 400. Nice wide feature shot of the Control Tower.

Patrick Wharf Brisbane on Tri-x 400. Nice wide feature shot of the Control Tower.

 Port of Brisbane, Main Center

Port of Brisbane, Main Center

 Internal Feature - Port of Brisbane

Internal Feature - Port of Brisbane

 Stanchions. Kind of reminded me of TRON. Robotic Container Pickers "Straddlers". 

Stanchions. Kind of reminded me of TRON. Robotic Container Pickers "Straddlers". 

 Patrick Yard

Patrick Yard