NGV Triennial Outdoor Picnic Pavilions

Picnic pavilions for the National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial 2020 event that transform for one month into a formal dining experience.

NGV Outdoor Dining Pavilions

Formal dining pavilions for the National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial 2020 event with custom designed tables for socially distanced dining.

NGV Triennial Extra Dining Table

This table was designed for the NGV Triennial 2020 Extra dining event as a simple device for defining socially distanced dining.

MPavilion 2020 Stool Dolly

A socially distanced stool designed specifically for the 2020/2021 MPavilion events calendar.

NGV Design Store + KAWS Pop-Up

Coinciding with NGV’s 2019 exhibition KAWS: Companionship in the Age of Loneliness this retail store featured limited edition KAWS merchandise, within an eye catching architectural structure.

Brookes Jetty

A timber structure that gently curves out to sea towards the sunset, its form echoing a skipping stone bouncing rhythmically across the water.

Drop Table

A reinvention of the historic drop leaf table.

Re-Imagining the Garden City

This collective proposal re-imagined the historic garden city, as a highly sustainable village with a garden as its High Street.

NGV Gallery Kitchen

A new café for the National Gallery of Victoria designed as a contemporary insertion in the spirit and materiality of Bellini’s renovation to Roy Grounds original building.

Angle + Earl St. Studio

A shared office studio that was refurbished to reflect their brand identity.

Footscray Apartment

An apartment renovation that was as much about removal and exposure of the existing building as it was about inserting new refined objects.

Summit Crescent

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.

Club Hotel

A goldrush hotel brought back to life as a boutique venue providing a restaurant, bar, café, hotel suites, function spaces and landscaped gardens.

Smeaton Church

Out in a dry agricultural field, home to British Whites, an old windblown church is to be relocated as a venue for small weddings.

Camp Street

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.

Four Stools

A family of stools made from a repetitive timber extrusion. Loosely based on a Rubik’s Cylinder.

Pentridge Pavilion

A new circular pavilion with a crown like form welcomes visitors to Pentridge Prison. It hosts a café, display space and public amenities.

Ryde Civic Stage

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.

Riverfront Shelters

Three shelters and an arbor structure with hanging seats sit within a revitalized riverfront promenade.

Peppers Mineral Spa, Hotel & Conference Centre

Located in Hepburn Springs this project included a conference centre, underground mineral pool, thermal spas, outdoor bathing pavilions and 28 hotel suites.

Acle Visitor Centre

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.

Footscray Follies

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.

Two Tables

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.