interiors

The Salone del Mobile 2021 will go ahead

Its hard to believe, but Milan is preparing for the fifty-ninth edition of the Salone del Mobile to be held from 5th to 10th September 2021. It will be an all-new event, focused on promoting the companies’ latest products, technologies and projects. It will pick up “the threads” of a conversation interrupted in person, whilst leaving relationships and contact with the market, professionals,...

Taking advantage – Brazil

The RN residence was designed for a couple, for their children and grandchildren to spend their weekends and vacations on the edge of a large dam, at Itaúna, Brazil where the possibilities of integration between architecture and nature stand out. From the initial visits to the project site, Jacobsen architects identified the scenic potential of the large...

The Monocular – Canada

The Monocular was designed to choreograph one’s experience of the dramatic waterfront site located in Chester Basin, Canada . Thus, it was treated as a Monocular, framing the view of the Basin beyond. Designed by RHAD Architects, the programme includes a variety of spaces with unique requirements including an open layout for living and dining, an unconditioned...

Paying homage – New Zealand

Having acquired the Northern Steamship building in Auckland, New Zealand, the client came to CTRL Space with an opportunity to deliver a contemporary & casual Gastropub in downtown Britomart. With a portfolio of restaurants dotted throughout the area, the clients understood what was missing from the market. Drawing inspiration and reference from successful day-time pubs across Australia,...

Surf Break House Mexico

Casa Sal started when RIMA Design Group client approached the studio to design an off-grid home for his property on the East Cape road in Mexico famous for surf breaks. The location and the views are as good as can get for a remote location that is also accessible to town by a newly paved road, which...

Sydney Coast House

Desiring to create approachable, elegant architecture, Luke Moloney Architecture converted a single-storey cottage overlooking the ocean in Sydney, Australia, which received a new first floor to take advantage of spectacular coastal views.
In response to Luke's approach, which aims to make sustainable, comfortable places, tailored to the people who live in them. An economical design tailors simple materials...

Her Majesty’s Theatre – Adelaide

Adelaide’s Her Majesty’s Theatre, was constructed in 1913, making it Adelaide’s oldest continually operating performance venue. Described upon opening as ‘the most luxuriously appointed theatre in Australia,’ ‘Her Maj’ is the last surviving example of the Tivoli chain of theatres in Australia.
In the 60s and 70s, redevelopments removed some original architectural features and lowered the seating capacity to 900.

Iron Cove House – Sydney

Iron Cove House is located in a conservation area, in Sydney , Australia. Modifications to the street elevation are subtle, preserving the neighbourhood character as well as the appealing qualities of the old building. Designed by Luke Moloney Architecture whom employ traditional building design techniques coupled with the skilful use and understanding of traditional materials and details...

The second house – Tokyo

This residence in central Tokyo is the second of two houses located a minute’s walk from one another, both occupied on a routine basis by the client. The client’s sole request was that Love Architecture create a modern space made up of elements lacking in the first house: a recreational room and wine cave in the basement,...

The Shuck Shuck

The Shuck Shuck is an interior fit out for a new food concept in Vancouver’s Chinatown, on East Pender Street. The concept uses oysters as a vessel, combining them with novel, worldly ingredients, sustainable practices, and a highly social environment. Labelled as a non-traditional restaurant, the urban grazing stop strives to be the place to connect people and shellfish in transition times -...