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Peter Belsey uses pale bricks and thick mortar to create monolithic facade of Brisbane’s Couldrey House

April 22, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Couldrey House by Peter Besley

Mortar oozes between the off-white bricks that clad this house in Brisbane, which architect Peter Belsey has designed to look “immensely heavy”. Couldrey House measures 320 square metres and is situated west of central Brisbane, nestled in the foothills of Mount Coot-tha. Besley wanted the house’s heavy materiality to contrast vernacular residential architecture in Australia,

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Alexander & Co creates sunny interiors for Brisbane’s Burleigh Heads Pavilion

July 12, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Burleigh Heads Pavilion by Alexander & Co

White-painted walls and pastel furnishings help create a “sun-drenched” aesthetic inside this beachside pavilion in Brisbane, which Alexander & Co has converted into two eateries. Nestled on the sandy shoreline of Brisbane’s Gold Coast, the Burleigh Heads Pavilion was originally erected in 1987 to accompany a community swimming pool. It now accommodates an à-la-carte restaurant

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Richards and Spence creates resort-like atmosphere for The Calile Hotel in Brisbane

February 14, 2019 Natasha Levy 0
Interiors of The Calile Hotel, designed by Richards and Spence

Sun-bleached pinks, sandy-beiges and gold decor appear inside this hotel, which Richards and Spence has designed to reference to Brisbane’s balmy climate. Decked out in warm hues, The Calile Hotel in Brisbane, Australia, has been designed by locally based architecture studio Richards and Spence to “deliver a resort experience in an urban setting”. “In our opinion

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Bureau Proberts wraps Brisbane tower in a slatted screen

January 29, 2019 Jon Astbury 0
Walan by Bureau Proberts in Brisbane, Australia

This 14-storey riverside residential block in Brisbane, named Walan, is conceived as a stack of traditional Queenslander residences with characteristic 360-degree verandas. Bureau Proberts designed the block so that each apartment would have a similar connection with nature that a traditional Queenslander house provides. Each of the apartments occupy an entire floor, and are wrapped

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Kelder Architects Have Designed A House That Opens To A Courtyard With A BBQ Terrace, A Grassy Lawn, And A Pool

July 10, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Angus Martin Photography   Kelder Architects have recently completed a custom contemporary house in Brisbane, Australia, that was designed for their builder/developer client. The new house design replaced a 1960’s brick & tile house, however a breeze block screen from the original house was recycled into the new design, and also inspired the design of the […]

A Renovated Church And A New House Extension Make Up This Family Home In Australia

February 27, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Cathy Schusler   Architecture firm DAHA have completed the ‘Church House’, a residential extension and adaptation of the heritage listed ‘Church of Transfiguration’, that’s located in Brisbane, Australia.   Photography by Cathy Schusler A dark zinc form has been used to connect the church on the left and the new house on the […]

A Renovated Church And A New House Extension Make Up This Family Home In Australia

February 27, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Cathy Schusler   Architecture firm DAHA have completed the ‘Church House’, a residential extension and adaptation of the heritage listed ‘Church of Transfiguration’, that’s located in Brisbane, Australia.   Photography by Cathy Schusler A dark zinc form has been used to connect the church on the left and the new house on the […]

A Renovated Church And A New House Extension Make Up This Family Home In Australia

February 27, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Cathy Schusler   Architecture firm DAHA have completed the ‘Church House’, a residential extension and adaptation of the heritage listed ‘Church of Transfiguration’, that’s located in Brisbane, Australia.   Photography by Cathy Schusler A dark zinc form has been used to connect the church on the left and the new house on the […]

Tato Architects and Phorm Architecture combine Japanese and Australian design for Brisbane house

October 12, 2017 Gunseli Yalcinkaya 0

This hillside house in Brisbane, designed by Japanese studio Tato Architects and Australian office Phorm Architecture, features outdoor living spaces raised up on stilts. The client asked Yo Shimada of Tato Architects for a house with a minimalist aesthetic. He decided to use a stilted home that his studio previously completed near Kobe, Japan, as a starting point for the design.

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