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  • Melbourne Design Week 2019

    Australia’s leading annual international design event, Melbourne Design Week, will present its largest program to date, with more than 200 events including 47 exhibitions, 14 film screenings, 77 talks, 22 tours and 18 workshops across Melbourne and – for the very first time – Geelong  from 14 – 24 March 2019. Celebrating the best of local, national and international design,...
  • a true minimalist

    Located here the Allschwil Forest, Switerland ends and the city of Basel begins, Buchner Bründler Architekten has completed the minimalist, if not brutalist concrete residence, ‘Kirschgarten House’. Set on a sloping site in the countryside neighborhood of Binningen, the two storey home is hidden from view by a tall black fence that skirts the periphery of the property. The oppressive...
  • outward-looking Melbourne

    Step out of your caravan into the shade and fresh air, protected by a canvas annexe which frames a view of the lush landscape beyond. This experience was the inspiration behind BENT Annexe, an addition for a family of four and their two Dachshunds. Because every day should feel like a breath of fresh air, surrounded by nature. BENT Annexe...
  • Responding to Lorne

    The Skyline House is located in a bush-fire prone area in seaside Lorne, Victoria and responds to the potential direct fire threat in that location. This approach of the home led to the creation of an insular, sheltered courtyard zone, which has the added benefit of allowing access to north winter sun in the living zones. Designed by Lachlan Shepherd...
  • Light Vault House – Brighton

    The brief for this project began with the clients wanting a concrete bunker. Equally as excited by concrete, there was mutual trust and connection between the client and Chamberlain Architects from the very early stages of the design process. Situated on an exposed corner site in Brighton Victoria, privacy from the street was central to the brief. Given the desire...
  • arcs of light

    Given its prominent positioning above a relatively developed neighborhood in Los Ángeles, the motivation behind the design of the home was to create a residence that could meld into its surroundings while maximising views. The three-story structure is wrapped in glass that mirrors its sweeping views which are unobstructed from the Getty Center to Long Beach, Century City, and Downtown....
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