This room is for cooking, eating and living, therefore it was designed with maximisation of space and comfort in mind. Each cupboard and drawer has been considered for optimum size accordingly to purpose. Behind these doors the kitchen comes to life while closed neatness prevails!
The Circa Courtyard has been updated with new furniture for the atrium bar. TIO chairs & high bar stool from Luke Furniture by Massproductions with a light weight design choosen to highten the outdoor appeal of the space. High bar tables custom designed by Meme.
Charcoal Lane is designed with dual function as a restaurant and a training facility for aboriginal and disadvantaged young people. Charcoal Lane is a not for profit social enterprise run by Mission Australia and one of the first of its kind in Australia.
This interior refurbishment involved a close working relationship with the client. The priceless collection of art, objects and classic furniture became the design focus of the brief. Our approach was to survey and curate the art, customise each room with finely crafted joinery to house and exhibit carefully positioned pieces.
Circa at The Prince continues to evolve and follow iconic pursuit. We worked closely with new operator, Julian Gerner of Melbourne Pub Group to reinstate/restore the original dining room and redeem qualities of the hotel’s courtyard charm with a new destination central bar.
The NGVI Bookshop within the foyer space of the National Gallery of Victoria. Blurring the line of commerce and art, shop and foyer throughout the shop the customer interacts with varied products and experiences ranging from the bookshop, library, kids product, home wares, adornment and paper.
Albert Park College is a new government school that opened Feb 2011. It is situated on blue-chip real-estate, 2 streets back from the esplanade of Albert Park Beach, Melbourne.
We curated “New Paintings” by Andrew O’Brien for the opening of the new Corporate Culture showroom. The works were hung amongst the showroom stories styled by us of the internationally designed furniture pieces. The exhibition was held at the Corporate Culture Melbourne show room in Jan 2012. The Crown Prince Frederik and Princess Mary were present at the Opening.
The design intent of the High Tea Cafe was to create an inviting space that encouraged longer sitting and comfortable seating from the previous cafeteria. The materials palette, furniture selections and joinery design is a modern interpretation of the traditional high tea space. Mario Bellini tub chairs are arranged in informal clusters while the center [...]