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Our vision for Dwell Newstead

Dibcorp is proud to present Dwell, our signature development, and the ultimate in
Newstead living. The final release of these stunning 3 bedroom skyhomes is the
culmination of 4 years of design, planning and preparation.

PHILOSOPHY

At every stage of our product delivery, our decisions are informed by answering this
simple question: “How do we meet the needs and expectations of you, our client,
be they financial, design or quality?”

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ABOUT OUR PROJECTS

Architect: Wiltshire Stevens

Wiltshire Stevens Architects is an integrated design practice that offers a full range of services
encompassing master planning and architectural services. The practice is a young and energetic
firm, which has extensive experience in the design and facilitation of specialist apartment
buildings.

With over 50 years of combined experience between the two company directors, our close
association with our clients provides for innovative, sustainable and affordable building design
solutions. Our design practice is well established with a growing team of architects who are
determined to maintain the highest standard in building design and procurement.

Landscape Architect: Lat 27°

At the centre of our design culture is a shared appreciation that the success of a place – regardless of
scale or function – is fundamentally determined by its responsiveness to the environment and context of
which it is a part. This belief has influenced our choice of studio name which references Brisbane’s
geographical latitude at 27° south, and affords Brisbane its distinctive sub-tropical character.

We are a multidisciplinary design studio offering services in planning, urban design, landscape
architecture and communications. Creativity is at the heart of Lat 27°. Our solutions are grounded in the
realities of place, time and people and the practical application of innovative thought. Our firm prides
itself on maintaining a creative edge to make a positive contribution to our environments.

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