An exiting proposal we first designed years ago is rising like a phoenix from the metaphorical ashes. The flagship Recycling Facility is designed as a “Drive-Thru” concept to accept a wide variety of waste-streams from domestic and small scale commercial sources. Now reinvented with a new RHubs Identity, the proposal has some new life…..watch this space!
This residential project consists of major upgrades to Living , Kitchen & Bathroom areas of a Federation House in Inner West Sydney. Holistic Space Planning studies resulted in a relocation of the Kitchen towards the garden area and the former kitchen area, within the original house volume, being re-designed as a more intimate TV Lounge. Custom-made screens will add privacy and subtly define different functions, while the open plan kitchen is a “Jewel-in-the-Crown” with the Island Bench acting... Read The Rest →
Our project for Penrith City Council is nearing completion on site. Superstructure is complete and the essential built form can now be appreciated. Council and builder John Cooper of Westco have worked hard to maintain the design intent and use of recycled materials. Main timber posts are recycled telegraph poles to relate to the existing Rotary Funded “log cabin” A few more weeks work and 3 historic wooden wagons will be gracing the completed building.
Vivid Sydney transformed our vision of these 2 Sandstone Icons of Sydney’s Sandstone Heritage recently. The art deco original MCA facades were re-imagined as a De Stijl/Lego assemblage and the Gothic Revival Northern Facade of the Quadrangle at Sydney University had stunning overlays of Organic & Aboriginal Motifs
4 new images : 3D Design for new Playground & BBQ Pavilion in Inner Western Sydney / Kids Cubby,Dulwich Hill / Custom-made bunk-bed for a Cub Scout / Aalto table customisation to prevent accidental tip-over (at least of the stool!)
Our Exhibition Pavilion Project on behalf of Penrith City Council for historic Bennett Wagons is gaining momentum & publicity. http://www.penrithcitygazette.com.au/story/2374756/pavilion-links-to-past/
VIA MEDIA RELEASE by Cement, Concrete & Aggregates Australia June 22, 2010 A construction system widely used for factories and commercial buildings has been adopted to help integrate a new community library into sensitive suburban parkland in Sydney’s west. Precast concrete panels, carefully detailed to match the scale of the building and its urban setting, have helped ensure the new High Street Community Library is right at home among the Federation homes and bungalow cottages of leafy Strathfield. Designed by architect Colin M Brown, of Arena Design Architects, the multi-function building... Read The Rest →