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A home that was essentially one space for a family with fond memories of another culture formed a strong generating diagram for the design. The primary ambition for the project is the creation of open, centralised living space. The notion of building with something found is expressed through the solidity and permanence of concrete platforms […]
The new addition was to be as much in harmony with the original house as possible. Therefore, the design remained very minimal with honest materials like steel, timber and glass in a Miesian pavilion style arrangement. A wall of sliding glass doors connects the family area and deck but also allows natural light to penetrate […]
The renovation aimed to increase the natural amenity of the living spaces and to modernise the existing fabric while maintaining a balanced relationship with the period features. The objectives were achieved through a new roof structure, with wall heights modified to suit, and new full height glazing on the north façade, which maximised light. As […]
The extension to the Victorian Terrace is a framed steel skeleton which envelopes the unusually high masonry boundary wall (now a part of the interior). The East and West facades are concealed in louvres, which peel back to reveal an internal environment of high folding planes, playfully splashed with deep red joinery and occasionally punctured […]
Mansfield Appleton Residence
The challenge of the project was to create a contemporary living space within a 50s style, 80sqm apartment for a couple, while also providing a place to sleep and study part-time for their teenage children and respective partners. The focus centered on flexibility and economy of space while maintaining a free-flowing, light-filled interior that takes […]
Norman Reach Penthouse
This Brisbane penthouse features seamless connections between the living spaces, with an aesthetic inspired by the simple elegance of 1950s design.
This apartment features a cool palette and an airy, light-filled interior.
Fjall (pronounced fee-all) is a complete refurbishment, transforming a 1960s chalet into six true European style ski-in ski-out apartments, in a contemporary context. The name Fjall refers to the mountainous landscape in Scandinavia. Fittingly, the design adheres to the Scandinavian Design aesthetic of functionality and elegance, but with an Australian alpine sensibility. Each apartment features […]
Wesfarmers Corporate Fitout
Four floors of Wesfarmers House were to be transformed into a space that is reflective of Wesfarmers evolving corporate identity as an inclusive, non-hierarchical and contemporary team. The innovative interior design aims to improve business outcomes and staff retention. A highlight is the reception desk and bench seating, designed by Jon Goulder and Malcolm Harris […]
AGLs brief required minimal environmental impact from a space that was functional yet classic, but with a touch of edginess. The reception epitomises the concept, with its atmosphere of a modern, welcoming living room. This sense is achieved through the finishes, including real and reconstituted veneers from environmentally responsible suppliers, mosaic wall tiles in subtle […]