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Smallfry in Adelaide, Australia by Sans-Arc Studio

Friday, September 29th, 2017

Article source: Sans-Arc Studio 

The project

The brief called for a takeaway seafood bar, serving the 9-to-5 office worker for lunch and dinner, directly to the street and to a small dine-in crowd. The client knew that he wanted ‘something different’, something that would stand out against other venues in the area and unlike other typical seafood bars. The small site needed to work at maximum efficiency, with a service point to the street key to the operation of the business. The front of house space is divided into two – a sterile and clean service side; and a textural, inviting space for customers. The venue is casual, but refined, considered and unique. Efficient back of house operation and service to the street was prioritised. The kitchen layout was designed in close collaboration with the client and chef to ensure maximum efficiency throughout prep, cooking and service to the interior and street.

Image Courtesy © Sans-Arc Studio

  • Architects: Sans-Arc Studio
  • Project: Smallfry
  • Location: Adelaide, Australia
  • Floor area: 55(m2)


Carlisle Street Extension in Adelaide, Australia by SANS-ARC Studio

Sunday, December 25th, 2016

Article source: SANS-ARC

The Carlisle Street extension is a foray into a new-Australian vernacular. Familiar materials and form are used with a higher-consideration to context and passive design, exploring a vernacular for the modern-day. The extension is restrained and simple; a volume of space that is light-filled and expansive yet private.

Image Courtesy © SANS-ARC Studio

Image Courtesy © SANS-ARC Studio

  • Architects: SANS-ARC Studio
  • Project: Carlisle Street Extension
  • Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia


St. Peter’s Renovation in ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA by Glasshouse Projects

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Article source: Glasshouse Projects

A contempory double story extension clad in zinc boldly pushes the boundaries of this family home in the conservative Adelaide suburb of St Peter’s. Whilst the 5m hipped roof ensures reference to the front of the home, the extension proudly asserts itself over the sloping block, seamlessly connecting to an outdoor timber framed deck, pitched high over an infinity above ground pool. The overall result is a confident statement about modern architecture’s place in such a historic context- it can create a wonderful contrast, redefining our appreciation of ‘elegance’ itself.

Image Courtesy © Aaron Citti

Image Courtesy © Aaron Citti

  • Architects: Glasshouse Projects
  • Project: St. Peter’s Renovation
  • PhotographyAaron Citti
  • Materials: Standing seam irregular zinc cladding, bluestone, oak, black butt
  • Area: 350sqm extension
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Heritage Conservation Zone
  • Active and young family of 5

Coal Cellar & Grill in Adelaide, Australia by Landini Associates

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

Article source: Landini Associates

Landini Associates has again teamed up with Hilton Hotels, this time in Adelaide, to design their new restaurant, ‘Coal Cellar & Grill’ and adjacent bar and hotel lobby lounge area. Simply, the brief was to design a restaurant that did not feel like a hotel, a restaurant that would be a destination in and of itself for the local community.

Image Courtesy © Trevor Mein

Image Courtesy © Trevor Mein

  • Architects: Landini Associates
  • Project: Coal Cellar & Grill
  • Location: Adelaide, Australia
  • Photography: Trevor Mein
  • Project size: 1200 sqm
  • Project completion date: November 2015


DIAMOND CITY in Adelaide, Australia by Tom Wiscombe Design

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Article source:  Tom Wiscombe Design

We propose an interior city existing inside a mysterious diamond-like object. The approach stands in opposition to conventional master planning, where a set of reductive instructions such as building use, open space, and setbacks inherently undermine any tendency towards massively dense or monolithic forms. This building is not a map of history, a reified system of flows, or an evolutionary diagram.

Image Courtesy © Tom Wiscombe Design

  • Architects: Tom Wiscombe Design
  • Project: DIAMOND CITY
  • Location: Adelaide, Australia
  • Software used: Maya, Rhino.

The Depot in Adelaide, Australia by Grieve gillett

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Article source: Grieve gillett

The Depot is a major installation and venue that has been built primarily for the 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival with the intention of becoming a long term facility. It is located on land previously used as Adelaide’s main bus station (intrastate and interstate). The Depot has been designed to invigorate the City’s West End precinct at a time when much of the Adelaide Fringe focus is at the East End of the city.

Image Courtesy © Grieve gillett

  • Architects: Grieve gillett
  • Project: The Depot
  • Location: Adelaide, Australia
  • Software used: Sketchup and AutoCad

Biodiversity Gallery – SA Museum in Adelaide by Grieve Gillett

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

Article source: Grieve Gillett

The new Biodiversity Gallery at the South Australian Museum was opened to the public on 12 February 2010 to wide acclaim.
“The biodiversity of South Australia’s oceans, deserts and forests is truly exceptional. The South Australian Museum’s Biodiversity Gallery celebrates and helps conserve this wonderful asset.” – Sir David Attenborough. Located on the second floor of the Museum’s east wing the gallery showcases South Australia’s rich biodiversity and diverse wildlife across four geographical zones – arid, temperate, coastal and marine tidal.

South Australian Museum Biodiversity Gallery

  • Architects: Grieve Gillett
  • Project: Biodiversity Gallery – SA Museum
  • Location: South Australian Museum, Adelaide
  • Year: Completed 2009
  • Client: Arts SA
  • Project Value: $5M
  • Awards:
    • AIA (SA Chapter) Collaborative Design Architecture Award, 2011
    • “This multi-sensory experience, exhibiting aesthetic quality, experimentation and intense collaboration within an incredibly prescriptive set of constraints stands apart from its forbears, as an axemplar of the benefits of rigorous collaboration.” Jury Citation.


Flinders University – Health Science Teaching Facility in Adelaide, SA by Grieve Gillett Architects

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Article source: Grieve Gillett Architects

The School of Medicine building is located at the intersection of University Drive and Ring Road. Sited on a steep, highly exposed hillside the building forms an entry statement for the Flinders University campus, whilst acting as a lantern at night. The design accommodates and reinforces the existing circulation of the University campus; linking the University to Flinders Medical Centre.

Flinders University - Health Science Teaching Facility

  • Architects: Grieve Gillett Architects
  • Project: Flinders University – Health Science Teaching Facility
  • Location: Adelaide, South Australia
  • Year: 2010
  • Client: Flinders University
  • Project Value: $8.5M
  • Awards:
    • AIA (SA Chapter) 2011, Public Architecture Commendation
    • People’s Choice Award, Public Architecture


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