Level 2, 43 Hardware Lane, Melbourne
Hospitality, Commercial, Multi-Residential & Residential
03 9600 0222
Techne Architects is a mid-size studio based in Melbourne’s Hardware Lane. Directed by two energetic spontaneous and creative principals Nicholas Travers and Justin Northrop, who together embody a broad range of skill sets to form a unique culmination of solid construction knowledge, in-depth project experience and a passion for great architecture.
Jimmy Grants’ migration story inspires new venue fitout
The design of each Jimmy Grants restaurant represents a different aspect of the fictional character’s migration story. For Eastland, Technē Architecture designed a space that references the quintessentially Australian back shed, complete with a modern twist and the restaurant’s token shades of blue.
Technē makes a mammoth mark in Armadale
Occupying a triangular tenancy wedged between Malvern Road and Beatty Avenue, Mammoth Café’s unique dimensions provide a dynamic setting for the café’s quirky stylised interior.
Technē serves up contemporary Chinese
With a cool contemporary fit out by Technē, there is not a crystal chandelier or red lantern in sight. Lee Ho Fook’s second incarnation is smart, chic and ready to take your order.
Techne pays homage to the 1970s milk bar
The design avoids the traditional Greek tavern-style restaurant look and instead centres on the timber framed milk bar shop front with a playful feel.
Tonka by Techne Architects
Tasked with a difficult inner-city site, Techne Architects pairs an ethereal installation with a welcome element of restraint to produce a distinctive new bar and restaurant in Melbourne.
Techne Architects present a homely and informal – yet refined – space in Fonda Windsor, the second Fonda Mexican restaurant to open in Melbourne.
Interior Design: Lupino
Drawing inspiration from the menu’s simple Italian food, Techne Architects have created a relaxed restaurant interior with a rustic material palette and chunky macrame elements by Smalltown’s Sarah Parkes.