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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Guy Grey Institute of Contemporary Art
Wolf Lane, Perth is a sinuous, predominantly red brick urban space located in the centre of Perth. The laneway is a place that can be stimulated by strategically siting a new civic institution to act as a focus for a layered, cross section of public engagement. The entire project is developed to stimulate increased social […]
Parliament House Forecourt and Fountains Redevelopment
This project reaffirms the formal axis from Parliament House to the city and operates as a new landform upon the existing escarpment. The interior of Parliament House is defined by its Four Grand Rooms- each refined and intense vessels. The new forecourt is cleaned-out and is established as a place for public gathering, protest and […]
A 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house with central living / dining and separate library room. The site was loaded with possibility for two principle reasons. Firstly because it was so ordinary- a piece of flat land that used to be someone elses backyard, secondly because of its dimension- 15 by 15 metres delivering an immediate […]
Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) Head Office
Victorias first sustainable Green Star Office Interiors v1.1 Project for the new Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) Head Office at 35 Collins Street, Melbourne. A ground breaking first for the design industry, Geyers $4 million vision for VAGO was to make the Green Star objective a reality, using alternate design solutions and materials selection based on […]
Bushbunker is an architecturally designed bushfire safety bunker concept that has been envisioned in response to the horrific Black Saturday bushfires of February 2009. The design addresses the limitations of the Victorian Governments revised building standards for bushfire prone areas, as well as the critical shortcomings of current market solutions. The Bushbunker represents a concept […]
Warehouse Gallery Fitout
This project comprised a major refurbishment of an existing warehouse shell in Collingwood. The main spaces were retained and new elements integrated with the existing shell, producing comfortable and light-filled spaces. By minimising disruption to the original structure we were able to create an environmental approach that produced minimal waste while transforming the space.
Campus Colour Schemes
BENT Architecture transforms the Croydon campus of Swinburne University with a new colour scheme that delivers fresh, engaging teaching and learning environments.
BENT Architecture’s vibrant new studio, housed inside a disused dance studio in Brunswick.
Yantai Coal Economic College
Client: City of Yantai Date: 2002 Yantai Coal Economic College is a shortlisted competition entry for a new university campus. Located on a semi-rural hillside on the outskirts of the city of Yantai in north-eastern China, the university was to be developed over a period of five years. The competition entry was prepared within three […]
AXA Asia Pacific Headquarters
The new AXA workplace brought together staff from separate sites around Melbournes CBD to create one AXA and established the institutions new head office for the Asia Pacific region. AXA has created a culture that is progressive yet remains committed to its solid heritage within the financial services sector and sought new premises that reflected […]