Rhiannon Slatter Photography

Rhiannon Slatter

Rhiannon Slatter uses photography to explore the geometry of the built environment, abstracting the aesthetics of industry, infrastructure and transport settings. She aims to reveal dynamic connections between shape and form, creating unity between all elements of the image structure. Her work is presently focused on the kinetic nature of persistent growth in Melbourne and subsequent ubiquity of construction and new development in our urban and suburban environments.

Rhiannon Slatter works closely with architects, designers and makers to tell the story of their project in a way which achieves recognition and builds the profile of their practice. She has worked in the field since 2004 with her photography published extensively in local and international design publications during that time.

LOCATION: Melbourne, Australia
LEARN MORE: rhiannonslatter.com.au

Victorian Style House in Melbourne Gets an Elegant Refresh 2

Victorian Style House in Melbourne Gets an Elegant Refresh

This old Victorian style house now has been given a new life as a contemporary family home that embraces and celebrates its past and future. This boom-time terrace in Melbourne’s inner north under-took a significant overhaul as the internal spaces were opened up to create connection and flow throughout an a previously internal and dark Victorian interior.

Doncaster House - Steffen Welsch Architects 1

Doncaster House – Like Living in the 70s / Steffen Welsch Architects

Architect: Steffen Welsch Architects Project: Doncaster House Location: Doncaster, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Photography: Rhiannon Slatter Doncaster House is a single family house designed by Melbourne-based Steffen Welsch Architects. From the architect: The brief for this modernist home, in leafy Doncaster, was to improve its energy efficiency, extend the existing home for the changing needs of

A Renovation to a Late 19th Century Workers Cottage

No 31 house is a renovation project recently completed by Melbourne-based Bryant Alsop Architects. A significant renovation to a late-19th century workers cottage, has seen the remnants of a 1970′s addition disappear and the spaces transform into light, contemporary house. Strong, restrained colours and materials define spaces and the north-facing sliding doors connect to the deck

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