All Projects



26 Oct 2011

New development, two single-occupancy detached houses, Wingert, Oberweningen ZH, Switzerland 2011 Despite the small area of land, two single-occupancy detached houses have been developed in a countryside setting. Basic detached houses have been sculpturally split to blend into the surrounding area. An elaborately-devised subdivision arranges the rooms in a split-level system and allows the

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25 Oct 2011

When commissioned to design British fashion brand Reiss' first Californian (and only second US) store, architectural consultancy d-raw took inspiration from both the natural and the artificial in order to make a bold yet inviting statement space that would redefine the retailers existing identity for a US audience. Taking a previously redundant, two-storey building on Robertson Avenue, at the

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Christopher Polly Architect

20 Oct 2011

The penthouse apartment is located in a harbourside eastern suburb of Sydney within the Easthaven building originally designed by Ancher Mortlock & Murray in the late 50's, with views of Sydney Harbour to the north and Double Bay and Point Piper to the east. The project involved the complete internal reconfiguration andrefurbishment of a top floor penthouse to improve the kitchen

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Tony Owen Partners

17 Oct 2011

Giant Fractal Jelly Fish feature in the new public areas designed by Tony Owen for one of Sydney’s premier addresses. Tony Owen Partners have just completed the transformation of the Darling Island public areas. Darling Island Apartments, originally completed in 2004, is one of the most prestigious developments in Sydney in recent years. Located on a virtual island at the western side of

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Kevin Kennon Architects

13 Oct 2011

The ambition of the project was to enliven the existing public space at 100 William Street. The kiosk would not only ignite the dark atrium by its material and design but also by offering an inviting retail opportunity to passersby. The street level passageway sees heavy foot traffic, is a connection between two lower Manhattan streets, and affords entrance to the subway. The metal-clad

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