An apartment renovation that was as much about removal and exposure of the existing building as it was about inserting new refined objects.
A humble house on a hill, set amongst gum trees for a family. As one circulates up and down, the house reveals and conceals itself and the landscape beyond.
A goldrush hotel brought back to life as a boutique venue providing a restaurant, bar, café, hotel suites, function spaces and landscaped gardens.
Out in a dry agricultural field, home to British Whites, an old windblown church is to be relocated as a venue for small weddings.
On the damaged landscape of a former goldmine this little house takes inspiration from its historical surroundings.
It’s a seat and it’s a brolly. On mass they create different fields within the forecourt of Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum.
A family of stools made from a repetitive timber extrusion. Loosely based on a Rubik’s Cylinder.
A new circular pavilion with a crown like form welcomes visitors to Pentridge Prison. It hosts a café, display space and public amenities.
This large-scale urban proposal in Sydney’s north west incorporated a variety of new buildings to form a civic hub for the City of Ryde.
Located in Hepburn Springs this project included a conference centre, underground mineral pool, thermal spas, outdoor bathing pavilions and 28 hotel suites.
These three follies, inspired by carousels, are designed to bring life and laughter to a gritty urban high-density area within Melbourne’s inner west.
A new thatched building sits on the edge of a river in the Norfolk Broads providing a visitor centre, café, amenities, education space and boating facilities.
Three shelters and an arbor structure with hanging seats sit within a revitalized riverfront promenade.
A pair of coffee table, one hovers gently over the other. Just like siblings you can tell they are related but they are uniquely different.