Kingsville Residence

Kingsville Residence in Melbourne

RK-D were engaged to design this house remodel, which took close to two years to complete. The property has a mix of private, social and work spaces. The front portion of the house is retained as bedroom and “adult” living space.

New House in Toorak, Melbourne

Toorak House, Melbourne

The interiors designed by Sisalla Interior Design to balance a contemporary minimal house with a welcoming ambience. Public spaces have a quiet luxury with a focus on contrasting texture whilst the private areas have softer materials creating warmth and relaxation. The space is flooded with light and fresh air. The material selection creates harmonious textures with exceptional joinery detail.

Up-Cycled Warehouse

Up-Cycled Warehouse in Melbourne

Conversion of 1960s warehouse by Zen Architects re-using as much of existing building as possible – such as light fittings, doors, sprinkler pipes, cladding and roof sheeting – while transforming it to an energy-efficient family home.

St Kilda Project in Melbourne

St Kilda Project in Melbourne

Design: Ian Barker Gardens

The front garden is traditional in layout and contains bluestone paving and a soft, romantic perennial planting palette, perfectly complementing the architecture of the heritage house.

600 Collins Street

600 Collins Street in Melbourne

Design: Zaha Hadid Architects

185-metre tower building: Mandarin Oriental, Melbourne will contain 196 guestrooms and suites. There will also be 148 Residences on the tower’s upper floors. The bar has a landscaped roof terrace.

St Joseph Housing

St Joseph Housing in Abbottsford

Architects: KUD

The St. Joseph project is a luxury residential development situated in Abbottsford, Victoria. Due to its historical significance the site has become part of the cultural landscape within the area, demanding a highly responsive and respectful design outcome.

Monolith House

Monolith House in Melbourne

Design: Rara Architecture

Our mission was to reinstate the old home’s glory through highlighting it’s simplistic characteristics and its overall form. We stripped it right back to a neutral state.

Albert Park House

Albert Park House in Melbourne

Architects: Hindley & Co

The relationship of the house, studio and garden needed to be harmonised to all three’s mutual benefit. Ceilings were raised, views were framed, spaces were decluttered and simplified. All made way for the black and white drama that ensued.