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 design includes a renovated bathroom, an additional main bedroom suite, as well as new living and alfresco areas with strong physical and visual connections to the outdoor spaces.
231 Smith St, Fitzroy
Neometro, in collaboration with MA Architects and Grant Amon Architects, is behind the contemporary 500 square metre development on Smith Street, Fitzroy.
Turnaround House Abbotsford, Melbourne
Melbourne-based practice Architecture Architecture have recently completed work on an extension to a Victorian-era house in Abbotsford, Melbourne.
Photos: Tom Ross
Brisbane’s Supreme and District Courts
It is the largest court complex in Australia and represents a new generation of courtroom aesthetics – one that is marked by high ceilings, openness, abundant light and a revolutionary storage system.
The house provides many options for living and working on different levels, making the best possible use of the small site whilst injecting some fun and fantasy.
Photos: Richard Glover
High-tech plans to transform Gorge Road in Queenstown, NZ
The project, entitled Silo, aims to revive and reinvent the look of Gorge Road – epitomising the early European industrial style – and transform it into a creative and urban hub.
Yarra Street House
The owners of the Yarra Street House, a professional couple with a large, combined family, wanted a contemporary addition to their suburban weatherboard cottage which would allow them to indulge in their love of gardening and allow them to cook and entertain in style.
A lightweight addition by Christopher Polly extrapolates and subverts the existing geometries of Cosgriff House.
Aesop Germany by Weiss-heiten
Berlin architectural firm, Weiss-heiten has transformed an early twentieth-century dairy into an emerald wonderland for Aesop’s first signature store in Germany.
10 Wylde Street by SJB
10 Wylde Street is a sympathetic development that sits well within the architectural heritage of its vicinity and the state-of-the-art modern interiors are a perfect blend of design and place.