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Denton Corker Marshall News, chronological:

10 Apr 2018
The Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub, Domain Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
The Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub
photograph : John Gollings
The Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub Building
The new Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub at Melbourne Grammar School, is a simple, singular sculptural structure. It produces compelling imagery that alludes to the scientific and technological investigations taking place within.

9 Nov 2016
One Melbourne Quarter Tower, Victoria, Australia
One Melbourne Quarter Tower
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One Melbourne Quarter Tower
Lendlease’s newest urban regeneration project has taken a major step forward with the sale of its first commercial tower, One Melbourne Quarter, to the Lendlease-managed Australian Prime Property Fund Commercial (APPF Commercial).

14 Aug 2016

Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre by DCM is an International Architecture Awards Winner in 2016

International Architecture Awards 2016

Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre

Denton Corker Marshall wins Best Bar Design
Hihou Melbourne
photo : Itsuka Studio

19 November 2013 – Denton Corker Marshall has been awarded Best Bar Design at the 2013 Eat-Drink-Design Awards for Hihou, announced on Tuesday 12 November, in Melbourne. The practice also received a high commendation for Nama Nama in the Best Café Design category.

According to the awards jury, “Hihou is a poised and dramatic exercise in spatial experiences…The clarity, control and embedded nature of every move and moment at Hihou create a memorable hybrid of contemporary East-West hospitality and a Zen-like haven in the heart of the city.”

This year’s jury consisted of Christine Manfield (Chef and Restaurateur), John Birmingham (Author and Food Writer), Domenic Alvaro (Architect), Rachel Hurst (Design Writer) and Cameron Bruhn (Editorial Director, Architecture Media).

The Hihou design uses simple ideas to achieve a distinctive Japanese atmosphere. Each element, including sliding screens, a timber chandelier and bar shelving, was carefully designed to create a sophisticated and flexible environment, and to transport patrons to Tokyo.


The client, Simon Denton was delighted with the win and noted, “The challenge was to make over a modern design while retaining most of the existing structure and giving the venue a sense of something new, with a strong Japanese feel…The end result is a successful bar and café which combines food, design and culture, to create a unique Japanese experience.”
The annual Eat-Drink-Design Awards celebrates the best in hospitality design in Australasia, recognising innovation and excellence in the design of hospitality venues of all scales and types. From a shortlist of eighty one, seven projects were awarded best design in six different categories.
Hihou and Nama Nama are located at 1 Spring Street, Melbourne, Victoria.

Denton Corker Marshall Exhibition
The Oct design museum Shenzhen
photo : Studio Pei-Zhu
OCT Art & Design Gallery presents Denton Corker Marshall Exhibition in China
DCM together with OCT Art & Design Gallery and Exhibition Curator Professor Zhi Wenjun, have collaborated to produce an architectural exhibition as part of the 2013 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism / Architecture in Shenzhen, China.
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Exhibition Centre & Hotel, Liverpool, England, UK – 19 Aug 2013
Design: Denton Corker Marshall
Exhibition Centre Liverpool & Hotel
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Planning has been approved for the £40 million Exhibition Centre on Liverpool’s historical Kings Waterfront. The multi award winning practice Denton Corker Marshall have sealed their reputation as one of the world’s foremost Exhibition and Event venue architects.

Stonehenge Visitor Facilities, Wiltshire, England
Stonehenge Visitor Facilities
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Stonehenge Visitor Facilities – 12 Jul 2012
This £27m building and road closure has started, reports the BBC. The centre will replace existing buildings. After the closure of the A344, a shuttle service taking visitors to and from the stones will start.

Jinsha Lake Bridge, Hangzhou, China
Jinsha Lake Pedestrian Bridge Hangzhou
picture © Denton Corker Marshall
Jinsha Lake Pedestrian Bridge – 15 Aug 2011 : Chinese Architecture Competition

Melbourne Museum, Australia
Denton Corker Marshall
Melbourne Museum Building
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Melbourne Museum – 12 Jul 2011
A multimedia walking tour spanning 10 of Melbourne’s most architecturally significant buildings will launch on 14 Jul, to coincide with this year’s State of Design festival. Told through the voices of engineers, architects, project managers, building users and children, the tour includes DCM’s Melbourne Museum and its world-heritage listed neighbour, the Royal Exhibition Building.

28 Jun 2011

Denton Corker Marshall Award News

Architectural honours, 30 years apart
One Collins Street Melbourne
picture : John Gollings
Denton Corker Marshall is celebrating the critical acclaim of two projects, 30 years apart, with success at the 2011 Victorian Architecture Awards.

Phillip Island House, Victoria, Australia
Marshall House Australia
picture : John Gollings
Phillip Island House

Asia Square, Singapore
Asia Square
picture © The client / Crystal Graphics
Asia Square

Cluster Complex, Dubai, UAE
Cluster Complex UAE
image courtesy Denton Corker Marshall
Cluster Complex Dubai – award for Denton Corker Marshall

Pedestrian Bridge, Hangzhou, China
Denton Corker Marshall is one of six practices invited to submit in a limited international design competition for a 400m long pedestrian bridge at Jinsha Lake in Hangzhou, China.
Denton Corker Marshall is consistently successful in design competitions and has won numerous commissions to design buildings of international significance, such as the Manchester Civil Justice Centre and the Stonehenge Visitor Centre in the UK, the Australian Embassies in Beijing, Tokyo and Jakarta, and the Melbourne Museum. The practice has previously won bridge design competitions for Webb Bridge (Melbourne, Australia), Eleanor Schonell Bridge (Brisbane, Australia) and Te Wero Bridge (Auckland, New Zealand).

Webb Bridge
Webb Bridge
photo : Shannon McGrath

The list of six practices submitting designs for the pedestrian bridge at Jinsha Lake is:

Denton Corker Marshall
Petroff Partnership Architects
Grimshaw
Zaha Hadid
Wilkinson Eyre
Marc Mimram and the TianJing Urban Planning and Design Institute

Denton Corker Marshall Building News 2010

Hunter Medical Research Institute, NSW, Australia
2010-
BMW Showroom Sydney
image courtesy Denton Corker Marshall
Hunter Medical Research Institute

Bluewater Events Venue, Kent, England, UK
2010-
Bluewater Events Venue
image courtesy Denton Corker Marshall
Bluewater Events Venue

Denton Corker Marshall Building News 2009

University of Technology Sydney – Broadway Building, Australia
2009-
University of Technology Sydney
image courtesy Denton Corker Marshall
University of Technology Sydney

Brisbane Square Tower, Brisbane, Australia
2007-
37 storeys

Birmingham Magistrates Court, England, UK
2008-
Birmingham Magistrates Court
image courtesy Denton Corker Marshall
Birmingham Magistrates Court Building

New British Embassy, Manila, Philippines
Client: The Foreign and Commonwealth Office
2006-08

Carlton Brewery site – Tower, Melbourne, Australia

Architectural ideas competition – winner
Developer : Grocon

Eurocity Plaza, Nanning, Guangxi Provence, China

Jacksons Landing apartments, Sydney, Australia
2002

Manchester Civil Justice Centre, England, UK
2006
Manchester Law Courts
photograph : Tim Griffith
Manchester Law Courts : Stirling Prize 2008 Shortlist

Sydney Water headquarters, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia
2007-
office tower: 17 storeys

Denton Corker Marshall – key building

Adelphi Hotel, Melbourne, Australia

Adelphi Hotel Melbourne Adelphi Hotel Melbourne
photos courtesy Denton Corker Marshall
Stunning design – 25m long swimming pool on top

Denton Corker Marshall Buildings

Melbourne Museum, Melbourne, Australia
Museum of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Australia
Bolte Bridge, Melbourne, Australia
East Building, AWM, Canberra, Australia
Monash University Masterplan, Melbourne, Australia
Manhattan Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Foreign and Commonwealth Office – Refurbishment, London, UK

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Denton Corker Marshall Architects Practice Information

Main architect office in Melbourne

Denton Corker Marshall : Australian Architects

Other Denton Corker Marshall architects studios in London + Manchester (UK) and Jakarta (Indonesia)

About Denton Corker Marshall

Founded in 1972, DCM produces innovative and memorable architecture and urban design. An interest in experimenting with materiality and the way architecture is made contributes to the distinctive architectural language for which the practice is critically acclaimed. Operating worldwide from offices in Melbourne, London and Jakarta, the practice is a significant contributor to the global architectural scene.




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