Studio project - justice architecture The new Supreme Court of Victoria stands for justice within the heart of Melbourne; it creates a presence in the very day lives of the public by it's siting at the junction of Burke St and Swanston St. The large entry and continuation of the street into the ground floor … Continue reading Supreme Court of Victoria
Studio project - performance venues. The brief for this project was to design a flexible performance venue to add to the collection of cultural institutions in the Arts Precinct of Melbourne. The precinct currently lacks a venue to suit modern performance genres and suffers from a decreasing number of patrons. Mezzo House is situated on the Main … Continue reading Mezzo House, St Kilda Road
Studio project - family typologies. The design intent for this project was to create housing that would attract people from the suburbs into the city. Located north of the Melbourne CBD, this site sits in between two large green spaces. The brief called for 160 residential apartments with a podium below to fit various public program.
A few months ago, we were asked to help plan a wedding. This included a pre-wedding photoshoot, designing and making of the invitations and setting up the interior for the wedding and reception. We had an absolute blast working on this. Here are a couple of snaps from the different stages of the planning and … Continue reading A + J wedding
As of late, opting to live in smaller houses and spaces is a choice that is becoming more popular. Currently in America is the 'Tiny House Movement' which is promoting living in an area of approximately 10-40sqm as opposed to the average 200sqm. Project R1 is a 28sqm studio and there is more than enough … Continue reading Small Living: Case Study House “R1”
A short selection of sketches from a trip to Paris, 2014.
Hello, and welcome to Atelier 115. Atelier 115 is focused on design that is not generic or trendy, but design that is tailored and personalised for you. Architecture can be big or small, but for us it has to create an experience. The experience should be personal, memorable, eyeopening, and a discussion. It is not to … Continue reading Welcome!