Daniel Beasly, Tobhiyah Feller, Jeff Tighe
Suite 202 / 59 Great Buckingham Street Redfern
Architecture & Performance Design
02 9698 2591
Stukel Stone is fascinated by the dialogue between architecture and the performing arts. Contradictions, complexities and themes that strongly inform their practice include; temporality vs permanence, lived experience vs imagination and tangible & intangible qualities of spaces.
The design excellence of this hybridity is demonstrated by their sculptural centrepiece for the first ‘Shoes of Prey’ store, winning ‘Store Design of the Year’, World Retail Awards, 2013. Co-Director, Tobhiyah’s expertise as a designer for theatre combined with Co-Director Daniel’s comprehensive Architectural experience across commercial, residential and cultural buildings grounds the team in each discipline allowing for interdisciplinary vigour.
Carnivorous Flower Sculpture
Stukel Stone, the design duo Tobhiyah Feller and Daniel Beasly, designed the sculptural centre piece for the Shoes of Prey concept store which has been awarded the ‘Store Design of the Year’ by the global ‘World Retail Awards’.
Interior Design: Fig Tree Theatre Foyer and Bar
Stukel Stone creates a new foyer space for a 1940s theatre in Sydney, with a design that responds to the building’s historic and contemporary neighbours.