Ceres Gable House is located within a stud farm – a large and modern Australian homestead comprising of 3 family residences on its 700 acres.
Peter Clarke is an established photographer with over 20 years experience in his field.
Over the years, Peter has gained extensive knowledge and experience documenting the built environment, as well as natural and man-made landscapes. His collaborative approach and strong vision has seen his unique graphic style applied to a wide range of industries including architecture, construction, mining and aviation.
Peter works with a diverse range of clients including architects, design practices, government bodies, listed companies and publishers.
LOCATION: Prahran, Victoria, Australia
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Located on a leafy established street in the inner Melbourne suburb of Malvern, two new controlled and elegant townhouses stand rigidly side by side without giving away some of the more softer elements that can be found within.
Writer`s house is an alteration and additional to an existing orange brick veneer residence that was originally designed in the late 1960`s by Michael R. E. Feldhagen. The house was originally built for the current occupants grandparents who were jewish holocaust survivors and immigrated to Australia a few years prior to building the house.
When presented with the opportunity to design this modern pavilion like a small addition to an existing residence, it was exciting to discover a number of established and significant trees sporadically arranged …
The approach for the renovation and extension of the Hopetoun Road Residence is to retain the existing structure as an anchoring element, adding a series of pavilions underneath a floating copper roofline that wraps around the original building.
The overall feeling of the three-storey residence in Armadale is lightness – almost an ethereal floating quality created by the sun refracting over the granite façade. This is a contradiction to the reality of the 260 tons of granite which make up the building’s skin.