Dalkeith on Waratah designed by MJA Studio is a four storey mixed use development project and the first large scale development on Dalkeith’s main commercial strip in more than 30 years.
The challenge faced by designers at Mayes Office was to add space and function to the original compact home. Aesthetically, the house blurs the line between the exterior and the interior of the house, giving the house an open nature.
Cremorne Studios by LAYAN Architects is a 6-storey highly sustainable energy-efficient commercial development located at 17 William Street, Cremorne Victoria.
Traditionally the area was occupied by small-scale factories and workshops housed in brick-style warehouse buildings throughout.
ZWEI Interiors Architecture have designed a space that evokes the sense of the universe beyond. Light years is an eatery in Melbourne that references both the environment and experience of the inter-planetary universe. This is achieved through Coloured film and lighting positioned to play with colour in the building.
The Green Sheep Collective’s Smart Home is a renovation and extension to a two-bedroom single-fronted timber Victorian cottage in inner Melbourne. It utilises a wide range of social, healthy, environmental and passive solar design principles and products to create a high-level environmentally sustainable home that is also modestly-sized and affordable.
CPMG Architects undertook the challenge of completely refurbishing a 1960’s tower block and constructing a brand new wing. The ambitious project created spaces that encourage artistic collaboration between students such as studios, workshops and break-out spaces.
Perles et Paddock is a restaurant whose interior was brought to life by an authentic design experience inspired by the neighbourhood’s history. This was achieved through close collaboration by the designer, architect (Clairoux) and a restaurateur.
DIALOG Design’s redevelopment of the ancient Sears building has now been finished. Renamed Crosstown Concourse, the building has become an “urban magnet” and a true success story for regenerative design.
The Memorial complex should not be just a symbol of past times like a grandiose statue but more like a modern monument fit for the XXI century which would additionally enrich and animate the society.
The Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre, transformed by NBRSARCHITECTURE, is a new inclusive, community minded aquatic facility in Lidcombe, Sydney.
Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland’s work on the new (NRAS) Student Accommodation facilities at St Thomas More College has created an outstanding living and learning space where a diverse college community is encouraged to develop and excel.
Anton Kouzmin Architecture’s Bayview Apartment is inside a mid-1960s block in Elizabeth Bay, Sydney. The rectangular plan is defined by full height glazing to all rooms, with extensive views over Rushcutters Bay.
The shop has a unique jumbled style. Black metal and hard wood act as a backdrop to the fine metal lines which are matched with soft woody textures these are blended with a modern light gray creating a refreshingly retro tone.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects have revealed new visuals of the Shanghai East Library. In 2016, the practice won a three stage international competition to design the new public library that will sit adjacent to Century Park in the east part of the city.