holy trinity, kew
contemporary parish facilities, designed to serve the second 150 years
st. michael's, north carlton
a frameless glazed foyer welcomes worshippers to an 1880s inner city church
simpson offices, burwood
a multistorey office building arranged around a central communal courtyard and infused with materiality.
a canopied entertainment space situated within a garden playground
heritage courthouse for fine dining
a dynamic spatial exploration within a terrace house building envelope
a sinuous basalt wall connects a Federation house with the extension and reorientates the house with the lush garden
cosmopolitan apartments with city views
east melbourne residence
a rich palette of materials, dynamic spaces and craftsmanship have rejuvenated this 1856 Joseph Reed three storey terrace
a cluster of dark shingle clad bays extend this Heritage Victoria registered church
refurbisment and extension of a family’s much loved holiday house
flinders cargo shed
exhibition design in historical space
this two storey inner urban infill townhouse, sculptured in brick, steel, glass and acrylic, captures daylight and aspect while providing privacy to its inhabitants
moonee ponds residence ii
an assemblage of light filled spaces have transformed this double fronted Victorian terrace
a series of interlocking spaces cascade down a steeply sloping site culminating in a double height space
caroline springs church
the first church to be planted by the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne in over 100 years
community store, altona
a skillion shaped clerestorey lantern scoops the sea breeze into a light and airy retail outlet.
moonee ponds residence i
nestled behind a Federation terrace, this extension creates a matrix of living spaces opening onto the garden
st.andrew's kindergarten, aberfeldie
a kindergarten for four year olds continues the tactile expression of the playground into its building fabric.
north carlton residence
a zinc clad upper level extension rests lightly upon a steel framed living space, fully openable to a lightwell and rear courtyard
st.michael's north carlton
a responsibility for restoration of nineteenth century fabric over two decades
ormond anglican church
glazed extensions to the church and parish centre connect the parish to the community
north fitzroy residence i
pure white spaces with mellow timber tonings create an introspective sanctuary within a busy urban streetscape.
parliament of victoria
contemporary amenities sensitively inserted into Victoria’s 1856-60 Parliament House building.
peter maccallum cancer centre
fitout projects include theatre, MVT, MRI, research, pathology, pharmaceutical, patient and support services to East Melbourne and Moorabbin sites.
north fitzroy studio
a dynamic spatial narrative weaves a workplace and family home into a terrace house
a glazed, light filled extension with central two storey living space transforms this double fronted Victorian terrace within a tight urban context
north fitzroy residence ii
a series of materially rich interventions have transformed this grand Victorian house.
east brunswick residence
a 1980s brick veneer unit has been completely transformed into a contemporary two storey townhouse
life centre, glen waverley
a landmark multistorey community centre with a permeable circulation spine offering access to public spaces and facilities.
holy spirit, watsonia
a church that proclaims to the street - a single space divisible into three: hospitality, worship and meeting.
st.stephen and st.mary, mt.waverley
a parish centre with laminated jarrah loggia joins an 1865 red brick church with the modern church.
a great hall creates a new heart to this home and mediates between the terrace and the garden
rowville baptist church
precast skillion roofed pavilions house a counselling centre and pastoral offices as the first stage of redevelopment
st.alban's west coburg
a dynamic glazed foyer welcomes visitors and provides a venue for community hospitality, unifying the worship space and hall into one complex.