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Enclave House in Victoria, Australia by BKK Architects

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Article source: BKK Architects

This project has been undertaken for a couple and their children of varying ages. It includes alterations to an existing Edwardian House and a new separate studio to the rear of the site. The house is designed so that the spaces within and around the house will be adaptable over time to suit the changing needs of the family. The possibility for the studio space to be converted into an office has been considered as has the basement entertainment area conversion into a gym or multi-purpose play room. A central courtyard contains a pool and landscaped areas.

Image Courtesy © John Wheatley – UA Creative 

  • Architects: BKK Architects
  • Project: Enclave House
  • Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Photography: John Wheatley – UA Creative
  • Project Team: Julian Kosloff, Simon Knott, Tim Black
  • Completion Date: December 2010
  • Gross floor area: 511 m
  • Gross site area: 509 m2     
  • Builder: Design Development and Building (DDB)
  • Structural Engineer: Tim Gibney and Associates
  • Landscaping: Modern Urban Design

Eden Art Wall in Sydney, Australia by Tony Owen Partners

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Article source: Tony Owen Partners

The Eden Art Wall apartment development explores the line between architecture and sign. This urban infill project is located in a varied and complex part of the Sydney cityscape and is visible from many vantages. The office sought to explore the possibilities of adding to the tapestry as a piece of art in the urban landscape. The project comprises 24 apartments consisting of a mix of 1bed, 2 bed and 3 bed penthouses. The project is located in a narrow laneway adjoining apartments to the east, and looks onto the Frasers Central Park development to the west.

Image Courtesy Tony Owen Partners 

St Alfred’s Church in Victoria, Australia by Studio B Architects

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

Article source: Studio B Architects

Concepts of sustainable design are often given media attention though startling innovations and avant-garde design. However, it is those projects that at first not recognized, but though the ’test of time’ prove themselves to be innovative and appealing to work and visit are worthy of discussion.

The St Alfred’s Church complex is one such project. Located in the leafy Melbourne suburb of North Blackburn the building is a composite of tested ideas combined about welcoming planning and design. This church and educational building is an expansion of an earlier small building that had occupied the site for the past forty-five years.

Image Courtesy © Aaron Pocock 

  • Architects: Studio B Architects
  • Project: St Alfred’s Church
  • Location: Blackburn North, Victoria, Australia
  • Photography: Aaron Pocock
  • Architects: Fred Batterton, Clare Andrew, Tom Alves, Andrew Smith
  • Builder: James Morison, Cooper Morison
  • Construction Manager: Hank Leine, Cooper Morison
  • Structural: Barry Roben, Irwin Consult
  • Services: Iain Bradley, AGB Group
  • Environmental: Mal Lee, Dreamers Designs
  • Acoustic: Geoff Barnes, Acoustical Advisory Cons
  • Building Surveyor: Glenn Driscoll, Reddo
  • Planning: Peter Tesdorpf, Land Use Consultants
  • Cost Consultant: Turner Townsend Rawlinsons
  • Landscape: Peter Boyle
  • Software used: Revit to model and document the project

The Cullen in Prahran VIC, Australia by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Article source:  Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

JCB were commissioned to design a new boutique hotel for the Asian Pacific Group which included retail with a restaurant, bar, cafe plus five storey hotel development with setback gymnasium and pool on roof deck. An important idea for the architectural solution was to encourage a connection from Greville Street along the Grattan Gardens to Commercial Road.

Image Courtesy © John Gollings

  • Architects: Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
  • Project: The Cullen
  • Location: Prahran VIC, Australia
  • Photography: John Gollings
  • Architect: Jackson Clements Burrows Pty Ltd Architects, Capitol Commercial Architecture
  • Project Team: Tim Jackson, Jon Clements, Graham Burrows, Michael Stelluto, Rob Kennon 
  • Contact Person: Tim Jackson 
  • Project Address: Commercial Road, Prahran Victoria, Australia 
  • Project Type: Hotel 
  • Project Size: Site area 1200m2 
  • Construction Cost: Confidential 
  • Completion Date: 2009 
  • Project Duration: Design – 6 months, Construction – 12 months
  • Interior design: Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
  • Builder: Asian Pacific Group
  • Structural: Rincovitch Consultants
  • Interiors: Capitol Commercial Architecture
  • Software used: MicroStation

Danks and Bourke in Sydney, Australia by Tony Owen Partners

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Article source: Tony Owen Partners 

The new Danks & Bourke commercial building is a refurbishment of a 1960’s concrete furniture warehouse. It is located in the former industrial area of Danks Street, which has lately become a trendy hub for the designer commercial set. The triple-frontage building contains 5,000sqm of office space over two levels, a supermarket and specialty retail stores on the ground floor.

Image Courtesy Tony Owen Partners 

  • Architects: Tony Owen Partners 
  • Project: Danks and Bourke
  • Location: Danks Street, Sydney, Australia
  • Software used: Autocad, Revit, 3-D Studio Max, Maya and Rhino

Barrow House in Melbourne, Australia by Andrew Maynard Architects

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Article source: Andrew Maynard Architects

The Barrow extension appears as an arrangement of timber boxes, each independently rotated and subjected to varying amounts of extruding and manipulating forces.

These separate actions result in a variety of shapes, which united, create an interior of differing volumes and organizations, providing an interesting double story addition to this weatherboard house.

Image Courtesy Andrew Maynard Architects


EyeOpener in Sydney, Australia by Christopher Polly Architect

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Article source: Christopher Polly Architect

The flagship store responds to its specific urban location within the established high-end retail character of the street, providing a high quality spatial experience for the presentation of optical products that overcomes its spatial limitations and modest budget.

Image Courtesy Brett Boardman


Kane Offices in Brisbane, Australia by Marc&Co and Coarchitecture

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Article source: Marc&Co and Coarchitecture

When the continued growth of Kane Construction required a new Head Office for Queensland based projects, they asked several architectural firms to submit proposals, resulting with Marc&Cobeing awarded the task of leading them through this exciting journey from concept to completion.

Image Courtesy © Jon Linkins

  • Architects: Marc&Co and Coarchitecture
  • Project: Kane Offices
  • Location: Brisbane, Australia
  • Photography: Jon Linkins
  • Builder: Kane Constructions
  • Client: Kane Constructions
  • Completed: 2012
  • Area: 650sqm
  • Cladding: Precast concrete
  • Windows:  Aluminium with custom zinc reveals
  • Floors: Polished concrete, Interface Carpet, ,Comcork
  • Ceilings: Off form concrete, plasterboard
  • Work Stations: Custom made designed by Marc&Co
  • Chairs: Hay About a chair
  • Lights: Domo, Klik Systems
  • Software used: Documented in Microstation

KANGAROO POINT HOUSE in Sydney , South Australia by dmj Design Studio

Friday, November 16th, 2012

Article source: Diego Jaime

Situated in Sydney South (Australia) and enjoying of great western views to the Georges River and eastern views to Oyster Bay this house has been erected to enjoy of the natural surroundings and at the same time to offer a high level of privacy to its occupants from the neighbors.

Image Courtesy IMAGEination & C. Ocampo

  • Architects: DMJ Design Studio
  • Location: Oyster Bay, Sydney, Australia
  • Architectural design director: Diego Jaime
  • Landscape Design: Site Design
  • Year of completion: 2010
  • Builder: MIB
  • Built area: 550m2
  • Photography: IMAGEination & C. Ocampo
  • Software used: Autocad and SketchUp

Rose Bay Apartments in Sydney, Australia by Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects Pty Ltd

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

Article source: Hill Thalis Architecture

The Rose Bay Apartments project comprises 11 residential units, 2 shops and a basement carpark on a compact urban site.

The plan form of the building is a T form providing all units with cross ventilation. On each typical floor, two units face the street as a continuous street wall in accordance with Woollahra Council’s DCP for Rose Bay (also prepared by Hill Thalis). The upper levels have views towards the harbour and the leafy elevated outlook towards Vaucluse. Roof top terraces are provided to upper level apartments of the building. A third unit to the rear of the property is liberated from the property boundaries and shares no common walls with its neighbours – looking towards the extensive harbour and city views to the northwest.

Image Courtesy Brett Boardman

  • Architects: Hill Thalis Architecture
  • Project: Rose Bay Apartments
  • Location: 7-13 Dover Road, Rose Bay, Sydney, Australia
  • Client: Bestknit Holdings Pty Ltd
  • Engineers: Acor Constultants (Structural, Civil, Hydraulic), TC Group (Mechnical)
  • Builders: Beach Constructions
  • Project Area: 609sqm
  • Project year: 2001-2007
  • Article Author: Philip Thalis
  • Photographs by: Brett Boardman
  • Software used: Vectorworks


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