In collaboration with Miles Ritzmann-Williams
Built by: Macca
Photography: Tom Ross
Hoa's House is the conversion of the 150 year old Kings Arms Hotel in North Melbourne into a three bedroom home. The existing two level office space was stripped back and transformed into a three story home, with plenty of storage and nooks for the clients extensive collection of furniture and objects. Curves and material changes divide up the awkward, tiny plan.Press:
The Design Files
Architectural Digest (Germany)
Bus ProjectsIn collaboration with Jimi Connor
Built by: Bus Projects & ioa studio
Photography: Christo Crocker
Design, fabrication and construction of exhibition display for the 6th Bus Projects Edition Exhibition, a major fundraising exhibition of limited edition artworks by over 30 emerging, mid-career and established artists.
Invert 3.0 Mini LivingIn collaboration with
Alexandra Buchanan Architecture
Photography: Tess Kelly
This proposal, ‘outHOUSE’, imagines a dwelling that can adapt and change with you through time. The overarching idea is to design only the framework or support structures of the house, providing the essential infrastructure (bathroom, kitchen, laundry and stairwell) and have the occupants fill in the rest as they require, exploring the notion of 'infrastructure as a generator'. The traditional concept of laneways as service spaces is flipped it to imagine them as habitable social spaces. A reinterpretation of the granny flat typology, outHOUSE targets first home buyers, designing a framework that puts the users in control of the building process and programming of spaces.
Interior design by: Lisa Keddie
Built by: BFC Built