Australians invited to design a public toilet

11 March 2016

The brief, as scripted by the Kenilworth city fathers is not just for any old outhouse.

Apart from the expected function, it also has to be a tourist attraction that will draw people to this rural Queensland town.And it has to be raised from ground level by four meters, to allow for annual floods.

The twelve finalists – ranging from architects to students – will hear in March who penned the winning design.

Canistrum_Michael Lennie

Canistrum – Michael Lennie. Picture: architectureau.com/

 

Cloud Hill – Bruce Chadlowe and Carl Holder

Cloud Hill – Bruce Chadlowe and Carl Holder. Picture: architectureau.com

 

Hinka Booma Rise – Andrew Hayes

Hinka Booma Rise – Andrew Hayes. Picture: architectureau.com

 

Hinka Booma Viewpoint – Belinda Scott and Dean Scott

Hinka Booma Viewpoint – Belinda Scott and Dean Scott. Picture: architectureau.com

 

 

Kenilworth Rest – Teeland Architects

Kenilworth Rest – Teeland Architects. Picture: architectureau.com

 

PL (Art) Form – Alexis Beaussart and Sebastien Lafresiere

PL (Art) Form – Alexis Beaussart and Sebastien Lafresiere. Picture: architectureau.com

 

Sentinel – Other Architects

Sentinel – Other Architects. Picture: architectureau.com

 

The Call of Nature – Bligh Graham Architects

The Call of Nature – Bligh Graham Architects. Picture: architectureau.com

 

The Changing Spiral – Hecticrat Architects

The Changing Spiral – Hecticrat Architects. Picture: architectureau.com

 

The Gallery – Bryce Bessell

The Gallery – Bryce Bessell. Picture: architectureau.com

 

The Loop Garden – David Hislop and Ross Liddell

The Loop Garden – David Hislop and Ross Liddell. Picture: architectureau.com

 

The Red Paddock – Kieron Gait Architects

The Red Paddock – Kieron Gait Architects. Picture: architectureau.com

 

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