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Architecture: Dogwood Crossing Workroom

October 13, 2010

Fulton Trotter Architects design the extension for an award-winning community building in Queensland.

Dogwood Crossing @ Miles is of high value to the Miles community. After opening in 2002, its patronage has increased greater than expected. The Western Downs Regional Council contacted Fulton Trotter Architects to design the extension to their award-winning building.

The extension includes a new multi-purpose workroom, art storage facilities, additional storage and an extended staff workspace. The new workroom provides a much needed additional multi-purpose space that can be used by ¬ĎArtists in Residence¬í to create art, or by the local community as a small function space or a seminar room for training.

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