Posts Tagged ‘australia’

Kaito Japanese eatery by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

May 24th, 2018

The use of dark timber in the restaurant compliments the overall vision of Kaito’s design and reflects the mood of dining in Japan’s hidden bars. Feature bulkhead frames are inspired by the simplicity of Japanese lifestyle which frames the parameter of the sushi train.

Highroad restaurant by Foolscap Studio, Canberra – Australia

May 18th, 2018

A supplementary palette in gold gradients is woven throughout the space, linking the old and new architectural elements. An inherited ornamental ceiling meets with elegant wood panelling, exposed brick walls and concrete beams. Contemporary metal tables and cabinets in pale blue create yet another layer of contrast.

DWA NBD Studio by Dan Webster Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The building (circa early 1900’s) has a colorful history of many forms of retail and industry, which attributed to its industrial canvas. Simone’s soft approach to furniture selection and styling effortlessly compliments the vision. The rich features and textures, combined with the exposed beams, brickwork and greenery, provide a space that is light, harmonious and a gift to creativity.

Agilyx Offices by PMG Group, Sydney – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The boardroom stands as a clear cube allowing visitors and staff to connect. The neoteric design connects the phenomenal sandstone wall, timber ceiling, LED logo and glass to create a sensational synthesis of the suburb’s heritage and the Agilyx culture with technology at its core.

Candlefox Offices by Tom Robertson Architects, Melbourne – Australia

April 24th, 2018

Accommodating around a twenty person staff, the space has been brought back to life with a range of work spaces, meeting rooms and and striking meandering garden. Now full of light and space, Candlefox HQ is a delight to work in. The goal of the project was to provide lots of light, develop bold identity in representation of the brand, and create a fun and flexible space fit for an individual or group of people.

PANDORA Shine by YourStudio, Sydney – Australia

April 10th, 2018

Taken cues from PANDORA’s geometric honeycomb charm design, YourStudio have designed and built an immersive 5 meter high installation called ‘The Hive’ to replicate a working beehive. This includes ‘Humming Hubs’ that incorporate scent and sound, LED light panels that mimic the movement of bees and the Pandora product housed in the scent-infused stigmas of gold-plated flowers to create a genuine multi-sensory experience.

Anti-pavilion installation by Other Architects & Retallack Thompson, Melbourne – Australia

April 3rd, 2018

Other Architects and Retallack Thompson designed a site-specific installation in the sculpture garden at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne for their inaugural NGV Triennial; an exhibition of international, contemporary art and design. Their concept? An “anti-pavilion.”

BK’s Takeaway by Studio Grayscale, Trafalgar – Australia

March 26th, 2018

The concept encapsulates a black ceiling, with their new signature orange colour, wrapped over via C-channel beams. A timber light fitting is suspended from the ceiling, over tables & banquette seating, and a customised cartoon is applied to the walls.

Artedomus showroom by The Stella Collective & Thomas Coward Studio, Sydney – Australia

March 16th, 2018

The luxurious, sensuous space is far from conventional concepts of a stoneware supplier’s showroom. Imagined as an ‘immersive interior mecca to be used as a creative paradise for architects, designers and dreamers alike’, the Artedomus showroom blurs the lines between retail and takes visitors on a four-part journey into the possibilities and potential of stone.

The Tea Centre by McCartney Design, Sydney – Australia

March 7th, 2018

We looked at its history and traditions, particularly the rituals of brewing and tasting. This is all reflected on the layout and finishes of the store. The big departure from tradition is in the customer journey. There is no conventional counter: customers are allowed access to all parts of the store.

Kloke store by David Goss, Melbourne – Australia

January 30th, 2018

Behind a wooden frame and a floor-to-ceiling glass façade, local architect David Goss created an understated setting which has clearly taken cues from Brutalist Architecture, featuring stuccoed walls and ceiling, molded into single aesthetic entity with incisions and protrusions that make these seem part of the building.

Sarah & Sebastian’s flagship store by Landini Associates, Paddington – Australia

December 9th, 2017

The jewellers bench made from Amercian Walnut and Copper is the central focus of the store, and the jeweller the first point of engagement upon entering. Designed as an intimate shopping experience, the jeweller will talk customers through raw materials and process, then guide customers in finding the perfect piece.

Celgene Office by Unispace, Melbourne – Australia

December 8th, 2017

Celgene’s new workplace is warm and welcoming, with a soft color palette complemented by timber elements. The building has great views from all sides, from Federation Square, to the city and out towards Port Phillip Bay.

Autopilot Office by Morphos, Sydney – Australia

December 6th, 2017

As a relatively new company, Autopilot wanted to maintain the atmosphere of a ‘start-up’ company; exuberant, positive, not too flashy but still inspiring and welcoming. To articulate this culture, Morphos began by using exposed concrete flooring and ceilings to create a raw and modern base which we could build on with quirky and modern details.

FUJISAKI Restaurant & Bar by Design Clarity, Barangaroo / Sydney – Australia

December 6th, 2017

Guests are invited into a state of calm and luxury, where colours are rich, texture is heightened and the delicate detailing of the interior balances with the artistry of flavours delivered by an impressive line-up: Executive chef Chui Lee Luk, sushi chef, Ryuichi Yoshii and sommelier Annette Lacey.

UBT ‘The Precinct’ Coworking Office by Unispace, Sydney – Australia

November 25th, 2017

Unispace delivered a concept for a work environment with a village-like vibe that would form its own community; one where like-minded businesses, including UBT and its clients, could be inspired by each other. The resulting activity based workplace is spread over three floors, with a dedicated floor for coworking.

BDO Office by Unispace, Melbourne – Australia

November 22nd, 2017

Through consultation with BDO’s teams, Unispace uncovered the needs of each department. They had five main objectives for their new office: support a growing business, foster a sense of pride, encourage flexibility, engage their people and clients, and incorporate seamless, efficient technology.

Richard Crookes Constructions Office by Futurespace, Sydney – Australia

November 16th, 2017

The choice of materials was less about aesthetic and more about creating an experience that is aligned with the objectives of the project. Textured weaves, raw timber, patina metals and naturally aged materials were used to reflect the core of the company’s operation in construction.

Professonail Westfield Hornsby by Jason Byrne Design, Sydney / Hornsby – Australia

November 3rd, 2017

We were inspired by the simplicity of a nail file while evolving the store concept. Layering, referencing and echoing the nail file throughout the design. The nail file shape softened the straight lines which ordered the stores functionality.