Level crossing removals have been part of Melbourne’s strategy since 1929. With more removals in 2018 than ever before, it is pertinent to assess three of these new projects that strive to extend the public realm.
Tasked with overhauling an iconic 1929 pub in Sydney, Richards Stanisich has combined rich textures and materials with a historical narrative to create an authentic pub experience.
This crisp addition to a Federation home exuberantly manoeuvres light, space and monochrome materials to masterfully meet the brief.
In Perth, the Elizabeth Quay precinct has proven popular but its success depends on “unfinished business.”
In responding to the client’s need for a home that caters to a unique family structure, Curious Practice have achieved a fluid and unfussy home that acts as a refuge in more ways than one.