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Atrium sheds light on contemporary retail experience in Brisbane
A major $50 million refurbishment of the existing Toowong Village Shopping Centre has reimagined the retail experience in Brisbane, including an expansive shopping space bathed in natural light, and a new Sherwood Road restaurant precinct.
The Gezellig House
Di Mase takes us through The Gezellig House, their first attempt at a Passive House, providing a functional and sustainable retro-fit of a two-storey warehouse in inner city Melbourne.
Big serve of small diner style
Melbourne chef Shane Delia enlisted the help of Technē Architecture for a hip-hop kebab shop with a ’80s and ’90s New York City aesthetic, in ode to the late Brooklyn rapper Notorious B.I.G.
Coogee Eastward Senior Citizens Centre
Located on the western side of Coogee Oval, the original Seniors Centre was a modest 1950s face-brick building. The new design by Melocco and Moore Architects seeks to open and connect the building to the oval and a landscaped area to the north.
Sitting within the landscape, the Myrtleford House by RAIDSTUDIO references the typology of the rural shed –particularly, the historic tobacco drying sheds of the region.
Beyond the façade at Skin Box House
Kate McMahon and Rob Nerlich of man|architects take us through their design of Skin Box House, an innovative solution to the problem of increasing the size of a modest house on a narrow sloping site in Windsor.
Escu House by Bijl Architecture
Escu House in Sydney’s Belrose presents an open, inviting and contemporary architecture that is intelligent yet simple, and confident yet subtle.
The Malvern House
Jost Architect’s Malvern project involved a small, inter-war semi-detached house which, despite the local council’s Heritage B grading, appeared to have very few significant features or attributes.
The Castlereagh by Tony Owen Partners
The Castlereagh by Tony Owen Partners is a 16-storey apartment building located in the bustling heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Redefining engineering learning environments
Gray Puksand has completed a $53.3 million dollar multi-level education facility for Deakin University’s School of Engineering in Geelong, complete with purpose-built laboratories, design studios, workshops and interactive learning spaces furnished with industry-leading technology.