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Hames Sharley’s Brisbane Studio threw open its doors as part of Brisbane Open House this weekend. The event allowed members of the public to visit some of the city’s heritage buildings and provides a rare opportunity for them to discover the hidden wealth of architecture, engineering and history in buildings and places around Brisbane.

This year, Hames Sharley opened up the studio boardroom as a place of fun where children could flex their creative muscles on the whiteboard, as well as design and create their own paper planes and fly them around the studio, (all while enjoying a lolly pop).

The big kids (adults) were also kept busy with lots of activities and had the opportunity to walk down memory lane by learning about the rich history of the studio’s building and the heard about thought processes and work undertaken by master planners.