Freshwater Place apartment on the fifty-sixth floor is like a theatre box from which to view the city. Completely re-planned to accommodate a couple with a growing family, spaces for family engagement are balanced with others for retreat within a small footprint.
John Wardle Architects
John Wardle is a Melbourne-based architect. He graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a degree in Architecture. John Wardle established his architectural practice in Melbourne in 1986 and has led the growth of the practice from working on small domestic dwellings to university buildings, museums and large commercial offices. The architecture of John Wardle Architects (JWA) is closely tailored to its place and highly experiential in nature.
Captain Kelly’s Cottage involves the painstakingly considered restoration of the original weatherboard cottage on a remote bay of Bruny Island, Tasmania. Captain Kelly built the cottage in the 1830’s. The original cottage consisted of two structures: bedrooms and kitchen, surrounded by a wide verandah.
Shearers Quarters House was designed by John Wardle Architects in Bruny Island, Tasmania. This beguiling shearers quarters sits as a companion building to an existing historic cottage on a working sheep farm. Located on the site of the old shearing shed that was destroyed by fire, the residence houses shearers, and family and friends on […]