// arthitectural / student housing
  • The project, located on one of Australia’s pre-eminent universities Monash University’s Clayton Campus, Melbourne Australia comprises two 5 storeys buildings each containing 300 student studios, flanking a central, common courtyard. The fundamental starting point for the project was creating a community whilst supporting the individual; therefore the courtyard becomes the meeting point and entry to […]


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  • Our project engages in an equilibrium (and disequilibrium) between the full and the empty, in other words between interior and exterior spaces, approaching both as materials. Contrary to programmed spaces, which are associated with specific functions, spacing pervaded by nature acquires a relaxing breath and a little freedom in defining its possible spaces. There are six […]


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This invited competition design for Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, is for a new boathouse incorporating student accommodation to replace the existing boathouse. The overall concept for the new layout is derived from studies of traditional boathouse models and while the design has been developed in vernacular language, it has been interpreted in a contemporary […]


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