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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Interior Design: ‘arc’ University of Wollongong
GPR Design’s refurbishment of this student food court is characterised by open spaces, vibrant colours and bold graphic design.
Architecture: Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre
Harmer Architecture’s performing arts centre revitalises Wangaratta’s civic precinct, serving as a new focal point in the city.
Interior Design: Henry Davis York
Futurespace’s fresh, modern fitout is seamlessly integrated into this heritage 1930s Art Deco building.
Interior Design: Fame Agenda Docklands
Matt Gibson Architecture + Design use an organic sequence of arches contrasted with mirrored cladding and gloss finishes in this retail design in Melbourne’s Docklands.
Interior Design: Prahran House
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Architecture: Mary Street House
The gritty inner-suburban laneway sets the immediate context for the alterations and additions to this four bedroom family home. The Victorian frontage was retained to blend in with the heritage controlled street, while the rear addition optimises the building design for solar gain and ventilation, and creates a flexible approach to living on a typical […]
Interior Design: Fujitsu
Fujitsus new facility brings together Fujitsus existing call centre operations from Fig Tree Drive, Homebush Bay as well as Pitt Street, Sydney. The key drivers for this project were to provide an environment that was extremely durable with a high level of amenity for the call centre team while at the same time being a […]
The Lilley Centre, Brisbane Grammar School
Driven by the Brisbane Grammar Schools (BGS) vision to create a powerful learning experience for their students, the Lilley Centre is a significant investment in the future of learning. Wilson Architects, with a demonstrated history rooted in critical pedagogy/space/technology research and practice, worked closely with BGS to develop new teaching and learning spaces that best […]
Interior Design: Bloodwood Restaurant and Bar
Located in the former Newtown Conservatory, the interior of Bloodwood Restaurant and Bar has been transformed to reflect the inner Sydney urban environment through the implementation of reclaimed, recycled, or recyclable materials. Reclaimed & fsc certified plantation timbers & construction waste form feature ceilings, walls, banquette seating and tables. Every seat in the house has […]
A gallery space and house formed around the existing façade of a post war residence in suburban Clayfield. Inhabitants and visitors enter the building, ascending via stairs or lift, before travelling through gallery spaces and into the living pavilion. The white gallery theme is continued throughout as backdrop to artefact and life. *Team* Architects: Robert […]