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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Electoral Commission SA
This project reflects the corporate identity of the Electoral Commission SA through the design, a dynamic & bespoke methodology was incorporated. The count is reflected through the use of abstract references to counting & counting methods, layering & a variety of graphic films transforms the space with a vibrancy & fresh approach to connect the […]
Spring Street Apartment
Located on the upper level of an apartment building on the fringe of Melbournes CBD, this residence occupies an entire floor. The generous spaces overlook surrounding gardens to the east, with city and bay views to the west. Supplementing the owners country property, the apartment reflects the couples commitment to a rigorous design aesthetic of […]
2 x 12 Storey Tower Development consisting of 108 Residential Apartments and 77 Short Stay Apartments over a 3 level basement. Hotel, Function Centre, Retail and Commercial Suites are accommodated in a 2 Storey Podium below the Resdiential Apartments which also contains 2 Pools, Gyms and Community Rooms.
Australian Technical College, Sunshine
The recently completed Australian Technical College (ATC) in Sunshine, Victoria provides a new and innovative model for technical trade training facilities in this country. The Project Teams challenge was to design a purpose built school for a specific student demographic whilst maintaining maximum flexibility of use within the confines of a tight government budget. The […]
Spring In Alaska Studio
Interior fit out for Graphic design studio (240sq mtrs) The warehouse interior is structured with a number of ‘pods’ creating pathways between which open into various courtyard areas; the spaces grading from public to more private areas at the rear of the building. A raised deck area forms the main communal studio space which is […]
This project is an extensive refurbishment and extension to an existing large family house, originally designed by one of the pioneers of Melbourne modernism, Peter McIntyre.
The interior is designed to unify the companies under the AECOM umbrella over the two floors of office space. A connecting stair visually ties the workspaces and takes advantage of spectacular views. AECOMs existing aesthetic of open-plan elegance and sophistication was continued on Level 44, with the grey and white palette punctuated by the green […]
Office for Singleton Ogilvy Mather
Ogilvy House integrates the twelve companies of Singleton Ogilvy Mather (SOM) under one roof, over six levels. An intricately planned flexible layout conducive to the various project team structures focused on connecting spaces. The Ogilvy O is a perfect circle reflecting SOMs values of equality and perfection. The O is subtly referenced at various levels, […]
Annandale Terrace 1
carterwilliamson grapple with a constrained site to produce a light-filled home with a deceptively complex spatial arrangement.
Curtin Avenue Residence
Located at the southern end of the beachside suburb of Cottesloe, this new residence is sited on a long thin lot running east-west between two converging streets. The eastern elevation is modest and reserved in nature, its roof form curved at both the northern and southern sides to reduce its mass in relation to its […]