Education Forum Recap

Fulton Trotter Architects recently hosted an Education Forum for clients and collaborators working in the sector.

Art from the Margins at 2016 Brisbane Festival

Since 2008, Fulton Trotter Architects have actively supported “Art from the Margins,” a program assisting artists living with mental health issues, physical or intellectual disabilities and homelessness.

Designing Healthcare for Regional Communities

Unlike any other State or Territory in the country, most Queensland residents live in regional areas. To support this decentralised population, regional communities demand the same standard of critical care and services that is provided in any major city.

BIM: What is it, and can you afford to ignore it?

We live in a digital world. Technology is completely immersed in our daily lives, giving us immediate access to information, and making it easy to communicate, understand and problem-solve.

Robert Wesener receives AIA Fellowship

We are proud to announce that Robert Wesener, Managing Director, was recently elevated to a Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) at the Queensland Chapter’s 2016 President’s Dinner last month.

Not-for-profits can have their cake and eat it, too

John Ward, Director, Fulton Trotter Architects, shares his insights on how providers in the not-for-profit (NFP) sector can use design to meet operational requirements while providing a high level of amenity and care for their residents.

FTA + Designer Pinboards at Sydney Indesign

Fulton Trotter Architects have collaborated with Designer Pinboards Australia to design a stand for the Sydney Indesign event in August! This year, the theme is ‘Ritual – The Art of Tradition’ which exhibitors will take on board to create a personable and memorable experience for all visitors.

Federal Government's Aged Care Upgrade Scheme

The federal government’s significant upgrade scheme enables aged care providers to benefit from additional income if facilities are refurbished to meet the funding criteria.