Posts Tagged ‘Australia’
Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Located within the established streetscape of St Kilda Road, the design enables residents to make full advantage of its excellent location within Melbourne. The fluid forms of the façade define large balconies for each apartment and spectacular views of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Port Phillip Bay, Albert Park and skyline of the Central Business District.
Image Courtesy © Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) (Elenberg Fraser, Stefano Paiocchi (Arch.), Daniel Fiser (ID) )
- Project: Mayfair Residential Tower
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- ZHA Project Director: Michele Pasca di Magliano
- ZHA Project Team: Marina Martinez, Luca Ruggeri, Anat Stern, Roberta Sartori, Sam Mcheileh, Alejandro Diaz, Nhan Vo, Michael Sims, Maria Echeverri, Raquel Arauco Ordas, Kate Revyakina, Michael Rogers, Flavia Santos, Daniel Coley, Natasha Gill, Ashwanth Govindaraji, Arian Hakimi Nejad, Jose Castaneda, Afsoon Eshaghi, Alessandra Catello, Millie Anderson, Arya Safavi, Hee Seung Lee, Johannes Elias, Juan Camilo Mogollon, Julia Hyoun Hee Na, Manuele Gaioni
- ZHA Competition Team: Gianluca Racana, Michele Pasca di Magliano, Ludovico Lombardi, Daniel Fiser, Luca Ruggeri, Julia Hyoun Hee Na, Hee Seung Lee, Nhan Vo, Sobitha Ravinchandran, Adam Twigger, Rafael Contreras, Annarita Papeschi, MohammadAli Mirzaei, Kostantinos Psomas
- Structural & Civil Engineering: Webber Design
- Building Services Engineering: Murchie Consulting
- Town Planner: SJB
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
Article source: buck&simple
Casa crisp is the transformation of a modest 1.5 bedroom brick veneer cottage into a light-filled, environmentally inclusive home for a young family of 6.
The original cottage has been transformed into a modern beach house with a sophisticated interplay of natural materials and considered volumetric arrangement. A rectilinear timber form now sits atop the original brick veneer podium keeping much of the existing dwelling intact.
Image Courtesy © simonwhitbreadphotography
- Architects: buck&simple
- Project: Casa Crisp
- Location: Mona vale, New South Wales, Australia
- Photography: simonwhitbreadphotography
Thursday, October 12th, 2017
Article source: PHAB Architects
The 1920s packing shed is the only building remaining from the once prosperous Nestle condensed milk factory—an important centre of Toogoolawah’s economic and social life until the factory was destroyed by fire in 1951. The inception of the art gallery and workshop project began in 2012 with a grass -roots push from the community. The opening exhibition in December 2015 featured 31 local artists and a display by the Toogoolawah and Districts History Group, positioning the building as a catalyst for the ongoing cultural life of the region.
Image Courtesy © Manson Images
- Architects: PHAB Architects ( Landscapology )
- Project: The Condensery
- Location: Toogoolawah QLD 4313, Australia
- Photography: Manson Images
- Heritage: Converge Heritage + Community (Benjamin Gall)
- Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Hydraulic Engineer: Opus International Consultants
- Certifier & Energy Efficiency: CERTIS
- Quantity Surveyor: Colin Woodhouse
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
Article source: Edition Office
The house sits firmly along a winding ridgeline on the outskirts of the small township of Fish Creek. The home surrounds itself in a highly textured brickwork wall in response to its exposed position to strong local winds and a nearby country road. This long wall wraps the three nested, black timber pavilions of the house like a rough and coarse blanket and offers them shelter while they sit upon the lower wall edge and gaze out upon the undulating and extraordinary coastline of Wilsons Promontory. The three pavilions are pulled out from each other and from the northern edge of the rough brick wall to allow sunlight to slide deep into a series of sheltered and planted courtyards that offer immediate garden and deck relationships to the interior spaces. These interiors provide a warm and robust palette of timber-lined walls, black-pigmented concrete floors and black form-ply ceilings.
Image Courtesy © Edition Office
- Architects: Edition Office
- Project: Fish Creek House
- Location: Victoria, Australia
Friday, September 29th, 2017
Article source: Sans-Arc Studio
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)
Monday, September 25th, 2017
Article source: The Buchan Group
Imperial Doncaster brings the epitome of modern urban living to one of Melbourne’s most rapidly changing suburbs. The 93 unit complex was designed to appeal to a wide demographic, easily catering to the needs of downsizing owner-occupiers with bigger apartment sizes and generous balcony spaces. The design takes into consideration the local suburbs, parks, shopping centre and already established businesses, seeking a balance between the economical, environmental and aesthetic.
Image Courtesy © Michael Gazzola
- Architects: The Buchan Group
- Project: Imperial Doncaster
- Location: Manningham, Australia
- Photography: Michael Gazzola
Sunday, September 17th, 2017
Article source: Alexander&Co
Palm Beach House project is the transformation of an existing waterfront holiday villa in Palm Beach, Sydney. The project is a restrained approach to a traditional European vernacular, exploring bespoke quality detailing, materiality and architectural framing.
With the existing house ineffectively dealing with scale limitations, the brief was primarily to explore how we could reintroduce a higher quality of spatial resolution. The plans and volumes were subsequently rationalized around better circulation, view corridors and access to the water.
Image Courtesy © Felix Forest
- Architects: Alexander&Co
- Project: Palm Beach Project
- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Photography: Felix Forest
- Design Team: Jaime Bligh, Georgia Spence, Amber Gallen, Sophie Harris
- Principal Architect: Jeremy Bull & Charlene Cong
- Stylist: Claire Delmar
- Contractor: Lovett Custom Homes
- Property m2: 537
- Interiors m2: Ground Floor = 180m2; First Floor = 130m2
- Date of Completion: December 2016
Wednesday, September 6th, 2017
Article source: ERCO
An architect from Sydney and his team acquire a listed commercial building. The newly furnished rooms show in an exemplary fashion how a lighting solution for offices which is based on perception-oriented lighting design can be both effective and pleasing.
Image Courtesy © Jackie Chan
- Architects: ERCO GmbH (Candalepas Associates )
- Project: Architect’s office in listed commercial building atmospherically illuminated
- Location: Candalepas Associates, Sydney / Australia
- Photography: Jackie Chan
- Products: Lucy, Pantrac, Parscan, Starpoint
Monday, September 4th, 2017
Article source: Austin Maynard Architects
What is this?
Brickface is a compact building situated at the rear of an existing house in Richmond, Melbourne. It consists of a garage at ground level, studio living/guest suite at first floor, and a roof deck. A new pool and entertaining space extends the home’s entertaining area, while the roof terrace becomes the missing productive garden. The main living area of the existing house faces south and opens up onto the new terrace and pool. The backdrop to this view is the rising high wall of Brickface.
Image Courtesy © Tess Kelly
- Architects: Austin Maynard Architects
- Project: Brickface
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Photography: Tess Kelly
- Engineer: Keith Patrick
- Design Architect: Mark Austin
- Builder: TCM BuIlding Group
- Building Surveyor: Code Compliance
- Floor Area: 102 sqm. Plus 51sqm roof deck
- Completion Date: January 2017
Monday, September 4th, 2017
Article source: Architecture Architecture
In a row of workers’ cottages, there is one Dark Horse – a handsome creature. The stepped parapet, centred window, sidelined door and entrance awning are carried with the familiar, unassuming composure of its neighbours. Yet here the materials, stark in their composition, have a distinctly 21st century character, hinting at the contemporary home within.
Image Courtesy © Peter Bennetts