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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Goodwood Residence by Designthink
The recently completed project is located in an inner city fringe suburb of Adelaide called, Goodwood and was previously a 1960’s ‘A’ Frame Church. It now serves as a home to a family of four and also as a design studio.
Mira Moon: Chinese fairy tale meets western design
A new design Hotel in Hong Kong combines an old Chinese legend with the imaginative interior designs of internationally acclaimed designer Marcel Wanders and the new range of Hansgrohe bathroom fixtures.
Ormond Rd Apartments
Careful attention has been paid to the efficiency and function of use which, coupled with the arrangement of the essentials elements of a standard apartment, creates a set of unique spaces.
Eliza Apartments by Tony Owen Partners
The modern building fits within the historic context of the area, combining classic 20th century style with parametric design tools to create a sustainable iconic CBD landmark.
A wood extension by Antoine Westeel
The use of wood for the structure was chosen because it allowed a clean and fast construction process and a lightweight building limiting the ecological impact on the site.
Branch Studio Architects’ St Monica’s College project
The project celebrates the traditions of the school and civic library through a series of key ideas, or ‘chapters’, that have been translated into architectural interventions.
A contemporary loft in an old barn
The design of this project was focused on the principles of sustainable development such as the use of wood panels, using rigid hemp insulation, orientation and aperture for optimal solar comfort.
The project involved creation of a new studio and gallery space with flexibility to house different workplace arrangements from permanent subtenant to a series of hot desks for short stay freelancers.
Blonde Robot Head Office
As fans of simple beer establishments with a slight industrial feel, the clients wanted to bring a well-worn and character-filled design aesthetic to their new office premises.
Yarraville House by Nic Owen Architects
The project involved cost-efficient renovation of an old residence into a modern house for a growing family, utilising maximum space and light and providing a better connection to the outdoor space.