The brief for this project began with “we want a concrete bunker.” Equally as excited by concrete, there was mutual trust and connection between our client and ourselves from the very early stages of the design process.
Derek Swalwell photography
St Andrews Beach House is a two storey circular holiday home, which takes advantage of the remoteness of site and expansive views, which extend in all directions.
Our Light Saw House represents a contemporary, design-based solution to sustainable architecture. Built upon an existing double fronted Edwardian weatherboard, our clients sought a local architectural response to a property they had owned for some time, but not lived in for 15 years whilst overseas.
Ross house sits proudly within a characteristically diverse heritage precinct. The bold form of Ross house is flanked by two low rendered forms that enhance the presence of the neighbouring dwellings and clearly demarcate the line between public and private spaces beyond.
A home in the sky for a family of four, the Holly Penthouse combines luxury and state of the art technology with a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere. As a family home, contemporary natural materials, including stone, full-length oak flooring and timber batten ceiling, foster a sense of warmth and understated luxury.
The old and the new sections of the St Kilda West Residence have their own distinct identities which shine independently, yet provide a sense of dynamism when the house is read as a whole. Working with a client keen to explore the way shape and form can funnel light and airflow through a residential space, the project is a playful solution to the rigours of this elongated site, with unique access.