Architecture - Masters

Pollination & Propagation

Pollination and Propagation project was about creating a design which would help reintegrate and reconnect hoop pine plantations back into the Imbil State Rainforest. My focus in this project was to create two buildings that connect all communities together, both human and animal to create understanding and joy for the species of the area. The Institutional Anchor is a space for the community to learn about how the can support the biodiversity of the local area from the farm, to their home, to the rainforest. The field station on the other hand is a more private space providing areas for in depth research into the rainforest and plantation and their specific ecosystems. These buildings will work together simultaneously supporting the town and educating the people while reconnecting previously separated ecosystems.

institutional anchor

Field Station

Sophie Candy

Sophie is a graduate who has just completed her Master of Architecture after finishing her Bachelor of Design majoring in Architecture with a second major in Interior Design. When it comes to designing her personal ethos is the creation of joy in every project she works on. She brings vibrant life and colour into all her designs, experimenting with bold and exciting ideas to create her unique style.