Picnic pavilions for the National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial 2020 event that transform for one month into a formal dining experience.
Formal dining pavilions for the National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial 2020 event with custom designed tables for socially distanced dining.
A timber structure that gently curves out to sea towards the sunset, its form echoing a skipping stone bouncing rhythmically across the water.
This collective proposal re-imagined the historic garden city, as a highly sustainable village with a garden as its High Street.
Three shelters and an arbor structure with hanging seats sit within a revitalized riverfront promenade.
Located in Hepburn Springs this project included a conference centre, underground mineral pool, thermal spas, outdoor bathing pavilions and 28 hotel suites.
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.
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.