CHROFI, consisting of partners John Choi, Tai Ropiha and Steven Fighera, was founded in 2000 as Choi Ropiha. The practice has won a number of awards over the years.
The Murray Art Museum Albury has announced that Chrofi will design an “experimental” pavilion that will occupy Albury’s QEII Square over the summer.
Chrofi with McGregor Coxall’s revival of the city centre of Maitland, New South Wales, is a sublime lesson in addition and subtraction. Chrofi’s gateway building is a delicate aperture in the otherwise solid streetscape, forging a strong connection between city and river.
Lizard Log Amenities by CHROFI.
The Goods Line by Aspect Studios with CHROFI.
Three recently completed public amenities blocks represent the importance of small projects in the discourse of public architecture. Andy Fergus considers the phenomenon of the architect-designed public toilet.
The Goods Line by Aspect Studios.