Glenfalloch is a residential property situated in New Farm, on the banks of the Brisbane River, designed by architects Lund Hutton Newell Black & Paulsen and completed in 1962.

The architects designed the building to be naturally energy efficient with its north east orientation and windows on both the street and riverside to maximise cross-ventilation. 


Built in 1962, Glenfalloch was Brisbane’s second residential high rise and designed in the Modernist style.

It is the first completely prefabricated concrete residential high-rise in the Southern Hemisphere.

It is listed on the Brisbane City Council Heritage Register



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