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  • Elevated, wooden boardwalks extending into the beachscape are a common occurrence in the dunes of Eastern Long Island. Hovering slightly over the ground, this simple device is a pathway to the beach that carefully negotiates a constantly changing terrain. Their simple construction challenges the extreme natural elements found at the intersection of land and sea. […]


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  • This house and studio for an industrial designer is located at the end of a street in the Sydney suburb of Paddington, hard against a 3 storey high sandstone cliff which at one time formed part of the shoreline of Sydney Harbour. The street is lined with London Plane trees which together with the cliff […]


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This 3000 SF home sits on a hill surrounded by native meadow shrubs, grasses and conifers. The design scheme takes advantage of southern exposure by opening all the living spaces to southern decks. These exterior spaces are protected by overhangs, mahogany louvers and galvanized steel trellises, which create a layered presence on the sloped site […]


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The vision for the RIBA open competition-winning scheme was to create a bold yet gentle fusion of architecture and landscape that would stimulate long-term regeneration in Scunthorpe. The brief called for an innovative design that would reinterpret the traditional ‘shoebox’ sports building to produce an inspirational attraction that would draw people back into Scunthorpe Central Park […]


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ENERGEX is one of Australia’s largest and fastest growing organizations, working in a range of roles to supply electricity to South East Queensland. The new ENERGEX workplace brings together a number of divisions and groups, which were currently dispersed throughout Brisbane, to create an open, collaborative work environment. This move is a driver for cultural change […]


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A fireplace in the shape of the living eye in the center divides the dining room and living room. The vast amounts of natural light allowed the abuse of banana straw coverings, leather, wood and cement. One of aesthetic solutions to enhance and encourage integration was to explore the contrast between the various furniture and works […]


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