Terracotta, brick, granite: Technē’s Poacher & Hound
“The project is imagined as the sanctuary of a harsh terrain traveller. Brass objects scattered throughout the space are found treasured pieces, bridging the gap between the natural elements and the fine graphic elements.” Poacher & Hound is one of the latest hospitality projects designed by Technē Architecture + Interior Design.
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The Curtain Apartments, Wolli Creek
All units face the north and run through from north to south. This is achieved using open rear access corridors on the south which are accessed from external, lift towers.
The Melbourne apartments by Tony Owen Partners
Melbourne Street operates as an important link between Southbank and the CBD as well as between the riverfront cultural precinct and the interior of Southbank.
Collaborative working spaces at The Porter
Working under a tight budget and deadline of only 11 weeks, FDC was able to create a multipurpose space in which to conduct day to day business.
Longbeach Apartments, Sydney
A new apartment development by Tony Owen Partners balances the requirements of Sydney’s cosmopolitan style with a laid back beachside lifestyle.
A clever alteration by Architecture Architecture brings an angular contemporary form to the rear of a traditional Californian bungalow.
A local commotion at Platform 3
In this project by RPtecture Architects, the characteristics of a railway station as a bustling shared space have been brought to the dining experience.
Craigieburn Library wins International Public Library of the Year Award 2014
Craigieburn Library by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp architects has achieved global acclaim for the restrained strength of its design concept, and its capacity to engage the local community. With photography by Trevor Mein.
Roseville House, Sydney
Leung Architects converted a modest house into a five bedroom residence with two living rooms, parent retreat and upgraded facilities to meet the family’s long-term requirements.
Wagaya Japanese Restaurant
Originating in Sydney, Wagaya has now arrived in Melbourne with a subtle, atmospheric fit out by Vie Design.
Victoria One – Melbourne’s tallest residential tower
Work will commence later this year on a 75 level tower on the corner of Elizabeth and Franklin Streets, set to become one of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings.