Posts Tagged ‘Australia’
Thursday, June 19th, 2014
Article source: Jackson Clements Burrows Pty Ltd Architects
Sited in the bush fringe of Separation Creek Victoria, the project is perched on a steep forested hillside above the Great Ocean Road and Bass Strait. The tree house draws on the modest local vernacular of 1950’s painted fibro shacks with cement sheet lining and expressed battens over joints. The sculptural form and associated colour scheme allow the built form to both connect with the landscape and to dissolve within it.
Image Courtesy © John Gollings
- Architects: Jackson Clements Burrows Pty Ltd Architects
- Project: TREE HOUSE (SEPARATION CREEK)
- Location: Victoria, Australia
- Photography: John Gollings
- Project Team: Graham Burrows, Tim Jackson, Jon Clements, Anthony Chan, Chris Price, Huan Trinh, Joachim Holland, Anna Guelzo, Kim Stapleton.
- Project Type: Residential – New House
- Project Size: 220 m2
- Construction Cost: Confidential
- Completion Date: 2009
- Builder: Spence Construction
- Rock Anchoring: Wessel Drilling
- Landscape Design: Ocean Road Landscaping
- Design: 24 months
- Construction: 12 months
Friday, June 13th, 2014
Article source: THOSE ARCHITECTS
How a dark, century-old wool store in Sydney’s historic wharf district has been transformed into a sleek and playful workspace for one of Australia’s fastest growing Gen Y virtual data companies.
Take a fast growing financial data company, 50+ young staff working long hours under intense pressure, a global client base, kilometres of cabling and technological infrastructure, and an old building, and you have one very challenging commercial fit-out project.
Image Courtesy © Brett Boardman
- Architects: THOSE ARCHITECTS
- Project: Ansarada
- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Photography: Brett Boardman
- Project team: Ben Mitchell, Simon Addinall, Justin Smith, Geordie McKenzie, Goran Momircevski
- Client: Ansarada
- Consultants: Builder. Valmont
- Structural Engineer: Tall Engineers
- Services Engineer: BSE
- Joinery: Goodes Joinery
- Acoustic Consultant: Keystone
- Budget: Confidential
- Design Documentation: 6 months
- Construction: 6 weeks
- Floor Area: 800sqm
Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
Article source: DesignInc
Deakin University pursues an ongoing relevance to Rural and Regional engagement. As part of their core commitments, the development of the REACH Project (Regional Community Health Hub) contributes to this philosophy by intending to both recruit from and return graduates to the Rural and Regional areas. Deakin University’s REACH project was nominated for Federal Government Funding, as part of the EIF (Education Investment Fund), third round of funding applications.
Image Courtesy © Sarah Louise Photography
- Architects: DesignInc
- Project: Deakin University Regional Community Health Hub (REACH)
- Location: VIC 3125, Australia
- Photography: Sarah Louise Photography
- Date of construction completion: 22 February 2013
- Cost at completion of construction: $40M
- Gross floor area (m2): 8,000
- Cost per square metre: $5,000
- Owner, Client: Deakin University
- Practice Team: Rohan Wilson – Project Director, Christon Batey-Smith – Project Director, John Loftus Hill – Senior Project Architect / Associate, Roger Schmidt – Project Leader, Tim Walpole-Walsh – Project Architect, Costa Papadopoulos – Project Architect, Sonya Montgomerie – Senior Architect, Peter Whiter – Architect, Philip Weatherlake – Architect, Wilson Heng – Architect, Kylee McQualter – Senior Technician, Afrodite Moulatsiotis – Interior Designer, Christopher Free – Interior Designer, Travers Cunnington – Senior Graphic Designer.
- Consultant Team: Quantity Surveyor (Cost Consultant) – Wilde & Woolard, Structural & Civil Engineering – Irwin Consult, Services Engineering inc. Fire Engineering – Umow Lai, Landscape Architecture – GBLA, Disabled Access – Terry Osborn.
- Construction Team: Builder – Cockram Constructions.
Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
Article source: Fox Johnston Architects
Architecture + contemporary culture
Built in 1940 as Paramount Studio’s commercial offices, this dilapidated yet iconic Art Deco building was extensively redesigned and restored by architects Fox Johnston over a nine year period.
The building was then given an exciting new commercial & creative life by Barton and McCarthy, working with Don Cameron and Fearns Studio.
Image Courtesy © Simon Wood
- Architects: Fox Johnston Architects (Barton and McCarthy, Don Cameron and Fearns Studio)
- Project: The Paramount Studios Building
- Location: Surry Hills, Australia
- Photography: Simon Wood
- Category: Heritage/Creative Adaptation, Commercial
- Client: Citadin
- Builder: Artechne
- Heritage: Urbis
- Structural: TTW
Tuesday, May 20th, 2014
Article source: MARTIN FRIEDRICH ARCHITECTS
The Brighton townhouses address the strong desire to live comfortably, maximising area on a more compact site. Gone are the days of abundant grounds. Inner Melbourne markets require maximising the built area and creating smaller outdoor spaces that work efficiently, even in some of the more prosperous suburbs. 2 x large 3 storey townhouses including basement each now sit comfortably on the site where originally a single dilapidated house was located.
Image Courtesy © Derek Swalwell
- Architects: MARTIN FRIEDRICH ARCHITECTS
- Project: Brighton Townhouses
- Location: VIC 3186, Australia
- Photography: Derek Swalwell, Gerard Warrener and Martin Friedrich
- Design Team: Martin Friedrich – Design Principal, Michael Ceckiewicz, Kris Treagus and PrashanthIyer- Project Architects
- Area of each town house: 519m2 / 55 squaresover 3 levels including basement
- Total Site Area: 697sqm total
- Year: 2013
- Builder: 1186 Pty Ltd
- Structural Engineer: Vayco Structures (Con Vayenas)
- Landscaping: Jack Merlo Design
- Joinery: Touch wood cabinetry
- Metal work: Hiba design and construct
- Electrical contractor: Eslec
- Artwork: Sarah Crowest and MelmaHamersfeld
Saturday, May 17th, 2014
Article source: Jost Architects
The Ormond Rd Apartments, a small residential development located in the popular Melbourne bayside suburb of Elwood, sits within the established shopping & café precinct of Ormond Rd near Port Phillip Bay. It is made up of two commercial tenancies opening to the street, and ten one and two bedroom units that extend over and down a traditional, urban Melbourne bluestone lane.
Image Courtesy © Shannon McGrath, Andrew Wuttke
- Architects: Jost Architects (Patrick Jost)
- Project: ORMOND RD APARTMENTS
- Location: Victoria, Australia
- Photography: Shannon McGrath, Andrew Wuttke
- Interior fixtures & finishes: Nina Caple (Mini Living)
- Builder: Liberty Builders
Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
Article source: Bark Design Architects
Designed for expatriate Australian clients in international banking working in Bucharest, Romania, the ‘Glass House Mountain House’ in Maleny celebrates its site, perched on the edge of the remnant rim of the Glass House range, as well as the essence of its place – ‘sky and mountains’. Translated into a place of ‘glass and stone’ inextricably connected to its landscape it has qualities of being anchored, robust and earthbound as well as being transparent, light and floating.
Image Courtesy © Christopher Frederick Jones
- Architects: Bark Design Architects
- Project: Glass House Mountains House
- Location: Maleny, Australia
- Photography: Christopher Frederick Jones
- Architects In Charge: Stephen Guthrie, Lindy Atkin
- Project Team: Stephen Guthrie, Lindy Atkin, Chris Kolka, Sam Cunningham, Rebecca Berris, SarahMcMahon, David Teeland, Phil Tillotson.
- Structural Engineer: Rod Bligh, Bligh Tanner
- Landscape Architect: Pat Atkin, Landform
- Builder: Nathan Quail, Quail Construction
Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
Article source: Smart Design Studio
Austin is the refurbishment of a rundown warehouse into a new mixed development in the heart of Surry Hills. The existing warehouse building has been given a new lease of life, reorganizing its interior with a new extended ground level commercial space, two levels of high quality residential apartments, and a lower ground floor car park. The site is located in the inner-city fringe of Surry Hills, which is characterised by warehouses and Victorian terraces houses that in recent years have housed artist’s studios, galleries and creative work spaces.
Image Courtesy © Smart Design Studio
- Architects: Smart Design Studio (William Smart)
- Project: Austin
- Location: Surry Hills, Australia
- Project team: WILLIAM SMART, GLENN O’LOUGHLIN, KIRSTIN LYNAM, ZIG PESHOS, RICHARD STOREY, TROY MELVILLE
- Completion: 2013
- Consultants: STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS BENVENUTI CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS PLANNER MJB URBAN PLANNING HERITAGE CITY PLAN HERITAGE
Thursday, April 24th, 2014
Article source: b.e Architecture
The house, 57 Tivoli Road, is situated on a corner block in the inner city Melbourne suburb of South Yarra.
Formally one of a series of attached row houses of disparate & eclectic housing styles, the exposed corner site meant a protective building was required for both visual and acoustic privacy, and the design seeks to create an enclosed shelter for the occupants, as well as forming an architectural bookend to the procession of houses which precede it.
Image Courtesy © b.e Architecture
- Architects: b.e Architecture
- Project: 57 Tivoli Road
- Location: South Yarra, Australia
- Software used: Autocad.
Saturday, April 19th, 2014
Article source: iredale pedersen hook
The Nannup Holiday house forms part of a wandering path through the landscape from Perth to Nannup. This path dialogues with the landscape of intense forest, meandering river and rolling hills, each experience is carefully choreographed to enrich the occupancy of the house. A Jeykll and Hyde experience of the landscape is carefully controlled through oscillating vertical (forest) and horizontal (horizon) openings and the contrast of grounded and floating experiences. While the exterior dialogues with the numerous fallen trees, the interior is revealed through a sequence of ‘growth rings’ coded and extruded in relation to the building program.
Image Courtesy © Peter Pennetts
- Architects: iredale pedersen hook
- Project: Holiday house
- Location: Nannup, Australia
- Photography: Peter Pennetts
- Software used: Vectorworks and Card models.
- Architectural Project Team: Adrian Iredale, Finn Pedersen, Martyn Hook, Drew Penhale, Caroline Di Costa, Jason Lenard, Matthew Fletcher, Tyrone Cobcroft.
- Structural Engineer: Terpkos Engineering, Builder- Brolga Developments and Construction
- Completion date: November 2013