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Glen Forrest House + Church in Mundaring, Australia by iredale pedersen hook

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Article source: iredale pedersen hook 

Conceptual Framework

The original site included the first church in the Mundaring region from 1903 (St Andrew’s Anglican Church) and gazebo (1980’s). Our clients purchased the church and site with the intent of adding a new residence.

Image Courtesy © Peter Bennetts

  • Architects: iredale pedersen hook
  • Project: Glen Forrest House + Church
  • Location: Mundaring, Australia
  • Photography: Peter Bennetts
  • Structural Engineering: Terpkos Engineering
  • Landscaping: Sue Torlach, Wild About Gardens
  • Builder: Eze Construction
  • Site Area: 1012m2
  • House Area: 277m2
  • Church Area: 65m2
  • Gazebo Area: 30m2
  • Completed: 2017

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Pinkie in Melbourne, Australia by Biasol

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Article source: Biasol 

Located in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, Pinkie is a refreshing new café that promises a fun, friendly and modern experience. Pinkie is as much about community as it is about coffee and food; and our design, inspired by colour, materials and functionality, is warm and welcoming for dine-in and on-the-go customers to frequent every day.

Image Courtesy © James Morgan

  • Architects: Biasol
  • Project: Pinkie
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Photography: James Morgan
  • Builder: RCON Shopfitters
  • Engineer: Vert Engineering
  • Area (sqm): 100 sqm
  • Completion (Month/Year): 30 October 2017

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House Frances in Sydney, Australia by THOSE ARCHITECTS

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Article source: THOSE ARCHITECTS 

NOT SO SUBURBAN, SUBURBAN. A new dwelling where a generous visual and physical connection to the greater suburban block is the imperative.

Sydney, Australia. Traditionally, regardless of orientation the Australian suburban block is longer than it is wide. Typically, dwellings are built to the side boundary setback in order to maximise the floor plate along its length. The result is often a feeble connection to the rear yard rendering it the bastion of the weekend bbq and resulting in poor solar access, inefficient circulation and suffering from a lack of natural ventilation. Further, in the absence of a panoramic view, as is the case with this house, the result can leave one feeling walled in, constrained and disconnected.

Image Courtesy © Luc Remond

  • Architects: THOSE ARCHITECTS
  • Project: House Frances
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Photography: Luc Remond
  • Project Team: Simon Addinall, Ben Mitchell, Emiliano Miranda, Luke Hallaways
  • Structural Engineer: Cantilever Engineers
  • Hydraulic Engineer: ITM Design
  • Landscape: Terry Boyle / Tig Crowley Designs
  • Project Size: 250sqm
  • Design Documentation: 10 months
  • Construction: 12 months

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Little Bang Espresso in Melbourne, Australia by ZWEI Interiors Architecture

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Article source: ZWEI Interiors Architecture

Evolving from a much-loved mobile coffee outlet within RMIT University, the design captures the temporary origins of Little Bang Espresso but also maximises exposure within a tight footprint. The solution unfolds/unpacks the space; the door that becomes a menu wall, a pivoting coffee bench and counter units that couple together.

Image Courtesy © Little Bang Espresso

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Tinbeerwah House in Noosa, Australia by Teeland Architects

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Article source: Teeland Architects 

A family house in the noosa hinterland that connects to the ground and opens to the bush, ocean, stars and sky.

Image Courtesy © Teeland Architects

  • Architects: Teeland Architects
  • Project: Tinbeerwah House
  • Location: Noosa, Australia
  • Project size: 260 m2
  • Site Size: 8745 m2
  • Building Levels: 1
  • Completion Date: 2017

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Brunswick House in Australia by Chan Architecture

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Article source: Chan Architecture

Renovating a semi-detached, single fronted Edwardian terrace house always poses a unique set of challenges.  The sites are often long and narrow with a shared party wall on one side and an existing house which can be over 100 years old.  The main challenge is always how to create modern, flexible, light-filled spaces with limited site access and a tight budget.

Image Courtesy © Tatjana Plitt

  • Architects: Chan Architecture
  • Project: Brunswick House
  • Location: Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia
  • Photography: Tatjana Plitt
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
  • Project Team: Anthony Chan, Meyvin Puspita
  • Structural Engineer: Greer Consulting Engineers
  • Building Surveyor: Wilsmore Nelson Group
  • Completed: 2017

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Maybanke in Sydney, Australia by Allen Jack+Cottier Architects Pty Ltd

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Article source: v2com 

Design ingenuity and a dose of respect for its original Gothic Revival bones deliver a blighted 1870s harbourside home in Sydney into the 21st century.

CROSSING THE GOTHIC REVIVAL threshold of Maybanke, the waterfront home on Sydney Harbour with a distinguished history, is to traverse 150 years in a few short steps.

Panoramic water views, an abundance of penetrating antipodean light and a five-storey sculptural stair – that together would surely have befuddled and amazed the 1870s sensibilities of the individuals who built the original building – leave the modern visitor in no doubt which century this home now squarely belongs.

View of the harbour facade, garden and pool, Image Courtesy © Michael Nicholson

  • Architects: Allen Jack+Cottier Architects Pty Ltd
  • Project: Maybanke
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Photography: Michael Nicholson, Rose Repetti, Historical photographs
  • Landscape Architect: Terragram
  • Clients: Naomi Simson and Stuart King

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Sovereign Sylvannia in Sydney, Australia by TONY OWEN PARTNERS

Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Article source: TONY OWEN PARTNERS

Sovereign consists of 23 town houses in Sylvania. The site has direct water frontage and panoramic views on the Georges River, Sothern Sydney. Half off the site has not been developed and remains bushland. This area contains dramatic native sandstone escarpments.

Image Courtesy © Tony Owen Partners

  • Architects: TONY OWEN PARTNERS
  • Project: Sovereign Sylvannia
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, Maya, 3D Studio VIZ
  • Developer: HIGA Pty Ltd
  • Structural Engineer: Meinhardt
  • Builder: HIGA Pty Ltd
  • Stormwater Engineer: Meinhardt
  • Mechanical Engineer: Erbas
  • Electrical Engineer: G Force
  • Fire Engineer: MCD Pty Ltd
  • Landscape: John Lock
  • BCA Consultant: Brentnall

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Kooyong Apartment in Australia by WOWOWA Architecture & Interiors

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Article source: WOWOWA Architecture & Interiors

Glamour, colour and retiree joy in Glenferrie. This alteration to a spacious early 80s apartment celebrates the colours of its terracotta building and by re-orientating the kitchen area around a “V” shaped island acting as an informal table, creates a playful & functional contemporary gem to grown old in.

The brief: design us a joyful colourful space that will make us smile. We have many clients who have spent most of their time in heritage family homes and this is their chance to enjoy a fresh modern aesthetic. A purge of old furniture can be good for the soul and crisp white walls were a must for the​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ clients – a hangover from the elaborately multi-coloured Victorian decor of their former dwelling. The Loom rug became our colour muse. The 80s terracotta coloured building exterior set up the use of the beautiful orange Sydney blue gum timber, but the rug instantly gave that fabulous colour injection. A pair of WOWOWA’s own copper Rosella pendants hang in the living room – a lovely reminder as, like the couple, Rosella’s mate for life.

Image Courtesy © WOWOWA Architecture & Interiors

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Old Be-al House in Melbourne, Australia by FMD Architects

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Article source: FMD Architects 

‘Old Be-al’ is the loving nick-name given to the beautifully old, gnarled Mallee river redgum at the rear of this classic, single story brick veneer home from the inter-war period in Melbourne’s inner-east.

Image Courtesy © John Gollings

  • Architects: FMD Architects
  • Project: Old Be-al House
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Photography: John Gollings
  • Project Team: Fiona Dunin, Alice Edmonds, Jayme Collins, Rob Kolak
  • Structural Engineer: Perrett Simpson
  • Builder: Dimpat Construction
  • Floor Area: 129 m2
  • Project Completion: 2017

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