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Deicke Richards
58 Baxter Street, FORTITUDE VALLEY, Queensland, 4006 
07 3852 8700
07 3852 8701
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Deicke Richards is a medium sized multi-disciplinary design consultancy now in its second decade of practice.

With directors and staff with qualifications in architecture, urban design, town planning and landscape architecture, we undertake a broad range of projects from new towns and regions to neighbourhoods and buildings.  

As urban designers we have developed ideas about the nature and form of the city which address social, environmental and economic conditions. Through projects for neighbourhoods, town centres, urban expansion and urban regeneration, we seek to create memorable environments that have a distinct sense of place.

As architects we understand implicitly the elements of the city for living, working, gathering, trading and healing. We value an appropriate, humane, regional architecture which responds to user needs and aspirations. We have achieved these goals on large, complex and highly serviced buildings, small joyful community buildings and housing projects including affordable housing.

As community designers, we engage in participative and consultative methods which allow stakeholder and community involvement in the design process. This strengthens our understanding of the rich and complex relationship between people and place. These participative approaches are often utilised on architectural and urban design projects.

As landscape architects, we believe that environments and spaces should be developed to nurture the mind, body and spirit of users.  We are equally concerned with the functional, aesthetic and cultural aspects of our design practice and create places that sensitively marry the requirements of both the environment and people.

As town planners we bring a comprehensive knowledge of local government processes and procedures and a thorough working knowledge of the Integrated Planning Act (1997). This allows us to enable the translation of design outcomes into statutory documents.

For more information on past projects and to find out who we are, please visit our website at .

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