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Innermost Buckle at Platinum Blow Dry Bar | Tina Leung

Innermost Buckle at Platinum Blow Dry Bar | Tina Leung

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• July 2, 2011 • Comments (0)

The silver Buckle pendant by Tina Leung looks magnificent in Sydney’s new Platinum Blow Dry Bar. This eye-catching 1.2m diameter sphere captures the light and plays with the reflected distortions. The Buckle pendant from Innermost is constructed out of laser cut stainless steel and finished in mirror polished and white powder coat The Buckle pendant […]

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Linear House | Architects EAT

Linear House | Architects EAT

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• May 16, 2011 • Comments (3)

Designed by Australian architectural firm Architects EAT, Linear House is situated on a slight hill, 500m away from the Portsea back beach. The site is a relatively large and newly subdivided lot of 2600m2, and the client wanted a holiday house that will eventually become their permanent family home. Architects EAT calls the underlying principle of […]

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Open House | Architects EAT

Open House | Architects EAT

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• May 16, 2011 • Comments (3)

Open House is an Australian house designed by Architects EAT. The internal planning strategies are devoted to the layering of spaces, and orchestrating the sequences in a mise-en-scene liked methodology. Architects EAT have opened up the interior, got rid of the original rabbit warren internal walls, and starting from the dramatic suspended black raw steel […]

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Think Brick Awards 2011: Open until May 31st

Think Brick Awards 2011: Open until May 31st

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• May 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

This is about 2 weeks left for Think Brick Awards 2011 entries, have you submitted yours? The Think Brick Awards for 2011 is one of the richest design awards in Australia, it is not too late for architects and students to submit an innovative brick design for a chance to win the About Face Student […]

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Ashburton House | PHOOEY Architects

Ashburton House | PHOOEY Architects

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• May 10, 2011 • Comments (3)

Recently completed by Australian architectural practice PHOOEY Architects, this new double storey four bedroom house rests in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. All the public and private spaces have a variety of long views oriented towards the scenic parkland. Depending on the rooms location and aperture, the parkland is captured in a different light. Sunlight […]

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Brisbane Airport competition – Calling for Entries!

Brisbane Airport competition – Calling for Entries!

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• May 10, 2011 • Comments (0)

Brisbane Airport Corporation working in association with City Lab is pleased to announce BNE: Making Connections: An architecture and urban design competition for Brisbane Airport that is open to all registered Australian architects. If you are interested in entering, please join Andrew and BAC General Property Manager Renaye Peters for the competition briefing, followed by […]

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Boundary House | BKK architects

Boundary House | BKK architects

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• May 9, 2011 • Comments (0)

Boundary House by BKK architects is a private house in Melbourne Vic, Australia, the placement of the existing residence on the site presented a series of rather awkward residual spaces. The brief was to increase the size of the residence and retain a sense of landscape. Orientation of the residence meant that the existing kitchen […]

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Beached House | BKK Architects

Beached House | BKK Architects

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• May 9, 2011 • Comments (1)

Entering this home begins with the decision to leave the city. The recurring ritual that plays out in the journey to the holiday home is integral to the conception of this house: the car and its contained interior; the stop off for provisions in the last town before arrival; getting out and unchaining the entry […]

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Enclave House | BKK architects

Enclave House | BKK architects

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• May 9, 2011 • Comments (2)

Designed by Australian firm BKK architects, this project has been undertaken for a couple and their children of varying ages. It includes alterations to an existing Edwardian House and a new separate studio to the rear of the site. The house is designed so that the spaces within and around the house will be adaptable […]

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8a The Terrace | ASPECT Studios

8a The Terrace | ASPECT Studios

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• April 25, 2011 • Comments (0)

ASPECT Studios designed a private terrace garden in Birchgrove, Sydney, Australia. Giant black bamboo, one off in situ concrete details and Australian native hardwood creates a beautifully considered external space. Multi use spaces are created by the layout of these well crafted elements. Sculptural concrete walls double as seating back rests and mediate level changes. […]

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