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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Un-built: The Melbourne Wall
In response to the ‘occupy Melbourne’ protests, Godsell & Corrigan propose a city wall – with solar-powered electric fences – to protect the city’s hipster suburbs.
Architecture: Northern Beaches Christian School multi-purpose hall
Jones Sonter design a new multi-purpose hall for a Sydney school, delivering a sustainable, energy-efficient building that allows for future expansion.
Architecture: Milson Island Sport + Recreation Centre
Designed by Allen Jack+Cottier, this sports and recreation facility on Milson Island sits gracefully in its natural setting.
Architecture: Narrabeen Recreational Trail
ASPECT Studios complete the first stage of new pedestrian and cycle pathway that runs alongside Sydney’s Narrabeen Lagoon.
Interior Design: Vanishing Elephant flagship store
Foolscap Studio uses natural textures such as canvas, timber and leather to create a rustic yet contemporary fitout for menswear label, Vanishing Elephant.
Un-built: Woonona House Studio
Christopher Polly’s proposal for a house and studio space in coastal NSW embraces the farmhouse typology prevalent in the area during the nineteenth century.
Brad Ladyman and Miik Green’s concept for an urban artwork draws inspiration from fluid and nurturing landscape forms.
Interior Design: Baulderstone
Gray Puksand’s design for the workplace of this construction firm evokes Baulderstone’s reputation for reliability, strength and adaptability.
Architecture: Milk Carton house extension
Inspired by ideas of ‘fiction architecture’, Simon Thornton designs a residential extension in Brunswick that represents a milk carton.
Interior Design: Pony Neutral Bay
A fluid, curving timber ceiling creates a sculptural centrepiece for this Sydney dining venue, designed by Matt Darwon.