Posts Tagged ‘New South Wales’
Friday, December 2nd, 2016
Article source: Koichi Takada Architects
The evolution of Sydney’s one of a kind Barangaroo precinct into the city’s hottest new dining destination continues as Zushi opened the doors to its latest restaurant offering, designed by Koichi Takada Architects, arguably one of Australia’s most celebrated architecture practices winning multiple Australian and international architectural and interior design competitions and awards in recent years.
Image Courtesy © Tom Ferguson
- Architects: Koichi Takada Architects
- Project: Zushi Barangaroo
- Location: Barangaroo, New South Wales, Australia
- Photography: Tom Ferguson and Lauren Bamford
- Client: Zushi Group
- Lessor: Lendlease
- Builder: Wyatt Projects
- Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural Engineers
- Kitchen Consultant: Sangster Design
- PCA: McKenzie Group
- Total floor area: 165 m2 (internal + kitchen 53 m2, external dining 112 m2)
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Article source: Luigi Rosselli Architects
Situated on the highest point of a ridge overlooking Sydney’s Middle Harbour is a solid, 3 storey brick house built during the between the late 1950s and early 1960s, which has been complemented by contemporary additions bearing all the signature hallmarks of Luigi Rosselli Architecture: the sandstone base, the whitewashed walls, and the aerofoil vertical louvres placed next to “log-cabin” exterior wall cladding.
Image Courtesy © Justin Alexander and Edward Birch
Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
Article source: tziallas omeara architecture studio
“The brief for this project was to design a beautiful addition to a heritage listed Bowral cottage – one which was private and allowed the existing cottage to appear unchanged from the street. The clients were passionate about restoration of the original parts of the building, and replacing the dysfunctional 1980’s addition to the rear of the building. The additions were to maximise the solar-passive performance of the house, create a large entertainers kitchen in the heart of the home, allow for a new living and dining area, provide for a new sunken media room and guest accommodation. The client was keen to explore a contemporary approach to the new work, allowing for the new addition to juxtapose with the original weatherboard cottage. Most importantly, the house had to ‘work well’ from an environmental performance perspective. The new additions have been detailed to eliminate thermal bridging, create a well insulated and airtight envelope and to maximise passive solar heat gain and natural cross ventilation. The house has been designed to capture the sunlight in winter, and to exclude it from heating up the spaces in summer. A geo-thermal heat recovery system heats the pool, floor slab and domestic hot water and 35kW of solar panels provide more electricity than the occupants are likely to use (feeding the surplus back into the grid). A charging station in the garage powers an electric vehicle.”
Image Courtesy © tziallas omeara architecture studio
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
Article source: Turf Design Studio
Kensington Street is the vision of Greencliff Executive Chairman Dr Stanley Quek and Frasers Property Australia, first defined in Central Park’s 2007 public domain plan and further advanced by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Turf Design Studio in collaboration with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen.
Image Courtesy © Simon Wood
- Architects: Turf Design Studio (with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen)
- Project: Kensington Street
- Location: Kensington Street, Broadway, Chippendale, NSW, Australia
- Photography: Ana Ouriques, Giselle Morris, Instagrammer skim, Kensington Street, Kiera Zhy, Mike Horne, Natalie Haylla, David Clare, Jugernauts, Kensington Street Social, Mitch Lui, Nikki To, Simon Wood, Sunil Gopinath, Wilhelm Tan, First Light Photography, Amanda Davenport, Genola De Jong, Instagrammer Peiwen K
- Client: Greencliff and Frasers Property Australia
- Authority: City of Sydney
- Landscape Architects: Turf Design Studio in collaboration with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen
- Collaborating Architects: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Paul Davies & Associates
- Project Cost: $3.7 million
- Completion Date: September 2015
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
Article source: Luigi Rosselli Architects
The history of Surry Hills, with its rag trade sweat shops and brothels, was found in the walls of this run down four storey warehouse building once the paint was removed from its flaking walls.
Image Courtesy © Simon Kenny & Edward Birch
- Architects: Luigi Rosselli Architects
- Project: SURRY HILLS STUDIO
- Location: Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia
- Photography: Simon Kenny & Edward Birch
- Design Architect: Luigi Rosselli & Simon Rosewell
- Project Architect: Luigi Rosselli
- Structural engineer: Rooney & Bye, Charles Blunt
- Builder: KCJ Constructions
- Joiner: A & S Joinery
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
Article source: Remote Controlled Lighting
The Director DR8 MK2, RCL’s next generation remote controlled luminaire, features a compact design that is ideally suited to the ceiling troughs of the Grand Ballroom. Special snoots fitted to the luminaires help to reduce glare and direct the light. Both the DR7 and DR8 spotlights can be focused wireless using a simple handheld remote controller from floor level, bypassing the need for mechanical lifts or long ladders. This reduces set up time and avoids the costs and dangers typically associated with manual adjustment.
Image Courtesy © Remote Controlled Lighting
- Architects: Remote Controlled Lighting
- Project: Shangri-La in Sydney
- Location: Sydney, New South Wales
- Lighting Design: Lighting Planning Associates, AB Concept
Saturday, August 17th, 2013
Article source: Minosa
What do you get when you add white marble, glass mosaic tiles by Bisazza with Swarovski crystals. Recessed LED lighting & vanity mirrors, a large walk in double shower; a claw foot bath complete with ceiling mounted bath filler & chandelier; and don’t forget the Minosa range of bathroom furniture?
Description of the House, its local & occupants
Situated in the leafy suburb of Balgowlah on Sydney’s Northern beaches, this 1930’s single storey bungalow was about to be brought into the 20th Century.
Image Courtesy © Minosa
- Architects: Minosa
- Project: Glitz and Glamour
- Location: Balgowlah, New South Wales
Saturday, August 17th, 2013
Article source: carterwilliamson architects
The old cowshed in Glebe was a surprising find; a rare opportunity to preserve some of the character and charm of this eclectic neighbourhood and one we encouraged our clients to seize when they sought our advice on purchasing the property.
The cowshed sat on a small parcel of land bounded on three sides by roads. The building was simple, essentially a long brick wall that held the urban edge of corner and street and returned to house a few bedrooms in the place of the former stalls. It was the most basic of accommodation but the shed had a worn patina of stories and was well situated, hugging the southern boundary with provision for a private, north facing courtyard.
Image Courtesy © Brett Boardman
Saturday, November 19th, 2011
Article source: Utz Sanby Architects
The apartments consist of a mix of 1 and 2 bedrooms with large outdoor terraces, drying areas, natural ventilation and an abundance of natural light. The upper storey apartments are two storeys. Planning codes required 30% of these units to be adaptable. Overall height was restricted to 3 storeys, but allowed underground car parking and an “attic” storey.
Ellis St Apartments
- Architects: Utz Sanby Architects
- Project: Ellis St Apartments
- Location: Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia