The Stamp House located in Queensland, Australia, was completed in 2013 by Charles Wright Architects.
The idea of the project was to highlight with the help of this concept the site’s amenities and to re-introduce the surrounding native wetland environment.
The engineered wetland environment on which the building is sitting is the “product” of lengthy liaison and collaboration with National Parks, Environmental Agencies, State and Local Government. Its design was created starting with high quality materials such as in-situ and precast concrete.
Because there’s plenty of nature activity in the area or better said cyclonic activity, the design uses massive cantilevers to reduce the impact of the natural disasters.
Although it has a massive appearance, its design matches perfectly the surroundings.
Photos by Patrick Bingham Hall