The project sought to re-work the footprint of an existing 1930s Californian Bungalow, without compromising the character of the original home.
Chris Warnes is a freelance commercial photographer with extensive experience in design and art direction in Australia and North America. After ten years in publishing and advertising, Chris decided to pursue his passion for photography and is now behind the lens full time shooting both Advertising and Editorial work. As a photographer he has acquired a reputation for capturing well-crafted images with energy and soul that also work within the commercial realities of copy and layout requirements. Born in England, Chris now lives in Sydney near Manly Beach, with his family.
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Nano Pad is an interior architecture project within a 22 sqm Art Deco Studio Apartment in Sydney’s inner city. The project was designed as short stay accommodation, as an alternative to short comings of existing “design hotels” in Sydney.
The Elysium House project involved alterations within the envelope of a Grand Victorian Terrace in inner city Sydney, Australia. Internal re-working at garden level requiring excavation under the existing footprint and the creation of a 2 storey volume that extends the living space, connecting multiple levels of the house to the garden.
Apartment Finger Wharf is a refurbishment project completed by Sydney-based Architect Prineas. The project brief was centred about making the most of a glamorous city pad with an extraordinary harbour setting. The minutiae of daily life are concealed behind dark panels giving the apartment interior the theatricality and sophistication of a luxury hotel. Contrasting touches of […]