Walls and ceilingsCustom wool wall-cladding panels by client.
FlooringHerringbone engineered brushed oak and engineered oak in ‘Midnight Black’ from Havwoods.
LightingCustom suspended felt lights by Laeta Loca Art and Design. All other lighting from Ambience.
FurnitureCustom joinery made from plywood, brass, steel and reclaimed Tasmanian oak.
OtherRope shopfront made from Novabraid Nova Lite HP rope, with rigging by McDonald Marine Industrial.
Denton Corker Marshall has navigated the challenging requirements for a new embassy in Jakarta, creating a forthright yet finessed complex that successfully evokes a sense of “Australianness.”
Architects North has created a curious and elegant self-generated development in the Townsville suburb of West End that was conceived as “a breathe of fresh air.”
A modest extension for his in-laws provided Paul Porjazoski of Bent Architecture with a springboard from which to launch his practice.
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A Japanese–Australian collaboration between Tato Architects and Phorm Architecture and Design has resulted in an unusual hybrid of contemporary Japanese design and the local Queensland vernacular.
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International House was constructed from CLT to a design by Tzannes that references “spaces often found in Sydney’s historic timber or cast iron and brick buildings.”
Kengo Kuma and Associates’ first Australian project, a library and retail hub in Sydney’s Darling Harbour, has been approved.
Andrea Sharam looks at the “deliberative” development model and the financial barriers that can prevent it from flourishing, sharing architect-designed Australian examples spanning three decades.
A Queensland court has dismissed an appeal against Brisbane City Council’s approval of a Zaha Hadid Architects-designed three-tower residential complex.
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The Queensland government will meet with developers to discuss whether an entertainment precinct should be built over the Roma Street railyard in central Brisbane.
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