We entered a competition for future parks landscape competition at the International Festival of Landscape Architecture. Our entry explored how can the parks in 2050 shape Melbourne’s urban form and the way we will inhabit Melbourne? LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR DESIGN HERE.
This month’s newsletter focuses on Builders and our relations with them. We think good builders need to be supported and encouraged to do good architecture projects. Let us know what you think.
Recently I posted my thoughts on solar panels on Facebook. I received quite got a few comments from friends and family. Some people agreed with me and others didn’t – so I thought I would publish the piece onto our journal page for everyone’s thoughts and comments.
On the weekend, I attended the Architecture Foundation Conference at Milsons Island on the Hawkesbury River. The conference is convened by Lindsay and Sue Johnston and they do a brilliant job. The conference is called “Deerubbin” which is the Aboriginal name for the Hawkesbury River and it means deep and wide.
Antony discusses the role in which ‘stuff’ plays in cluttering our lives, and whilst we hold close attachments to personalised momento’s of our past, looking towards minimalism encourages an unconstrained freedom for possibilities to emerge in spaces we never imagined.
We are proud to announce that our Gezellig House, also known as the Passive Warehouse, has been featured in the latest edition of Sanctuary Magazine.
Passive House is relevant to any climate, but the other question I’ve been asked is: “Is it relevant to our lifestyle?” Australians love the outdoors, and on beautiful sunny days all we want to do is throw open the doors and windows and leave them that way. Contrary to popular belief, there’s absolutely nothing stopping this in a Passive House Project.
A studio that frames an inner-urban courtyard