Lygon

    

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Lygon

Huntly

         

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Huntly

Moving House

Moving House is a new residence in Kew, Victoria. The external white aluminium screen forms a singular mass in the outline of a…

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Moving House

Abacus

The brief called for a light and airy space that capitalised on the bones of the original building structure, bringing to the surface…

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Abacus

Miller Crk

        

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Miller Crk

Elm & Willow Underground

Revisiting an project our office designed almost 10 years ago, our brief is to add a new basement to the existing heritage residence…

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Elm & Willow Underground

Elemental House

Built into a hill, Elemental house is shielded within a weighty facade of concrete, rammed earth and stone that hovers over the site…

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Elemental House

Copper Scoop House

 The copper scoop is an extension to a Tudor revival home. The copper roof references the soaring roof pitch of the original house,…

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Copper Scoop House

Sloan Ranger

    

     

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Sloan Ranger

Little Sichuan

                                  

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Little Sichuan

Hokkaido Cheese Tart

The brief called for a very efficient and logical layout- considering product preparation and display, and the flow of staff and patrons. The…

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Hokkaido Cheese Tart

Tokyo Laundry

Set within the Gateway, a contemporary base to the office tower above, Tokyo Laundry has a combined total area of 355m2, two third…

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Tokyo Laundry

Fitzroy Loft

This project is a conversion of a gritty 250m2 brick warehouse in the old industrial area of Fitroy into a family home. The…

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Fitzroy Loft

The Crux & Co

The Crux & Co is a 270sqm café and patisserie situated on the ground floor of The Emerald Apartments in South Melbourne. The design…

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The Crux & Co

8bit Swanston

Depicting the bold colors and arcade-games inspired graphics of the original brand, 8Bit’s design was further inspired by the Memphis Group movement influenced…

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8bit Swanston

Tetsujin Emporium

Tetsujin is a Japanese restaurant in Emporium, Melbourne. The narrow 7m linear site is spatially defined for 3 different dining experiences: the sushi…

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Tetsujin Emporium

Incision House

A bungalow turned bright, airy, family home. Sliced through the centre for maximum sun, shade, privacy and compartmentalisation, whilst remaining largely open plan.…

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Incision House

Eugenius

Along the narrow streets of Windsor, this is a 4-level apartment building containing 8 dwellings above and 2 retail/hospitality units on the ground…

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Eugenius

E589

A compact 10-level high rise apartment building in the City of Melbourne, comprising of 56 six-star energy rated apartments. The facade design features…

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Three Parts House

A 520sqm single family house in the sought-after area of Auburn Heights, Hawthorn. This is a larger scale alteration and addition to a…

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Three Parts House

Elm & Willow House

A 280m2 single family house in the leafy suburb of Canterbury. Concrete, steel and glass were used as the primary building envelope of…

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Elm & Willow House

Open House

A 190m2 single family house in Richmond for a professional couple. In order to maintain the larger than usual footprint allowed of the…

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"If you think of brick for instance, you say to brick, 'I like an arch.' And you say to brick, 'Look arches are expensive and I can use a concrete lintel over you, what do you think of that brick?' Brick says, 'I like an arch.'"

Louis Khan (1901-1974)