The Kununurra Replacement Courthouse design interprets local physical qualities to capture the uniqueness of Kununurra in a building that is dignified and welcoming. The design re-introduces the value of the regional courthouse with a civic, landmark building that will represent the local community and promote the role of the courthouse as a centre for dispute resolution.
The building is designed and organised to engage with the immediate surrounding context and distant context, this connection is both visual and physical. From a distance the building is viewed in the context of Kelly’s Knob and Hidden Valley the roof form of our building creates an immediate dialogue while creating a variety of volumes for the interior spaces. The height of the roof is also carefully controlled to relate to the immediate adjacent buildings.
TAG Architects with iredale pedersen hook architects, architects in association
Landscape Architects- Place Laboratory