Landmark’s project is a sign of things to come
It’s important to make first things first.
The Landmark Caretaker restroom, installed on (what was) a vacant block in Brisbane’s highly fashionable West End, is the forerunner of something bigger to follow.
The prominent block won’t be vacant soon, with Brisbane City Council planning a “vibrant, green space for community”, providing a “recreational, communal hub for residents, workers and visitors”, to be completed by mid-2017.
Due to its close proximity to the cultural hub of West End, the block was highly sought by commercial interests, but the Council chose to make it a green space.
Located on the famous Vulture Street, the park will feature a covered performance space, were the audiences can sit on the lawn or on the terraces behind, a barbecue area, garden areas, and a variety of seating opens.
And where crowds gather to be entertained, it is important to supply facilities.
The standard Landmark K9505 Caretaker restroom, with a skillion roof, one unisex standard cubicle, two ambulant cubicles, and one unisex disabled cubicle was built well ahead of schedule.
The graffiti mural wall behind, is a community project commemorating local West End life, including paying homage to poets and musicians of the past, who have gone but left a legacy in the cosmopolitan Brisbane suburb.