Jesse Lockhart-Krause is a young architectural professional who resides in Brisbane, Australia. He is currently looking for a start in the profession, and is seeking enthusiastic clients who wish to create a wonderful place to live. The Bolton Point House (pictured) was designed for a husband and wife who lived on Lake Macquarie, two hours […]
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Bryce Richie has used recycled blackbutt timber to transform the Kamel Restaurant (located in Albert Park, VIC) courtyard into this lovely space. More info over at Australian Design Review.
This is an art/architecture which just took place in Sydney. It’s a collaboration between 5 established Australian architects who used public billboards to encourage commuters to question the nature of the built environment around them. Positioned at the gateway into the city (from the airport, and suburbs in the south), the billboards offered no context […]
“Super Colossal has been awarded first place in the Gold Coast Cultural and Civic Precinct Masterplan competition. The project provides new facilities for the Gold Coast Council, including a Performing Arts Centre, Visual Arts and Heritage Centre, cinema complex, restaurants, city council accommodation, significant parklands and an integrated pedestrian and bicycle network for the city.” Via […]
City of Sound is the website of Dan Hill, Sydney based designer and Urbanist. Dan has previously been Head of Interactive Technology & Design at the BBC in London, as well as Director of Web and Broadcast for Monocle Magazine. If you are interested in urban design, this is a great resource to check out.
Australian design firm Ashton Raggatt McDougall’s most recent projects have been to add a bit of functionality and uniqueness to the MTC Theater and the Melbourne Recital Center. via FLYLYF
“Australian firms Sean Godsell, Harry Seidler & Associates and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects were among the 97 winners announced at the 2009 International Architecture Awards, recognising new projects and urban schemes from around the world.” Via Australian Design Review
Interesting article over at indesignlive on Dirk Anderson and the Urban Future Organisation (or UFO). Pictured is ‘Shifted Space’ proposed for Rose Bay, NSW.
The Courtyard House designed by Rowan Opat Architects sits about an hour outside of Melbourne. The building was designed to function independently of mains water, gas, sewerage and electricity.
Some nice Architectural photography by Tim Griffith. At Capture magazine’s 2009 Australia’s Top Photographers Awards in Sydney, in addition to winning the Architectural category for the third year running, Tim was voted 2009 Australia’s Top Photographer by his peers.
Looks like that little girl finally got the big dollhouse she always wanted. Kavellaris Urban Design out of Melbourne have designed the Perforated House. Via theGrafikMuseum.
Cox Architects have designed the Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne. Aside from the unique design, the stadium boasts some quite cool environmental features, including rainwater collection and reuse. The design also requires about 50% less steel than a typical cantilever roof structure. Expected to be operational next year. Via thecoolhunter.com.au