A contemporary interpretation of the original façade composition provides a common link between the two volumes.
Glasshouse at Goonoo Goonoo Station provides a contemporary dining experience with expansive views of the picturesque hills surrounding the historic property, in Tamworth, regional NSW. It sits boldly as a contemporary addition, reflecting its place, between two original agricultural structures.
The sensitive redevelopment of this privately owned property importantly returns public access to Goonoo Goonoo Station, allowing its historical significance to be shared and reconnecting it with the community.
The Brisbane City Hall was rededicated on 6 April 2013 after a comprehensive restoration program to conserve its significant spaces and fabric, to rectify its structural, fire and life safety deficits and to re-equip it for its role as the focus for Brisbane’s civic, cultural, and social events.
Building K4 or Stable Square located on the Hawkesbury Campus of Western Sydney University has been transformed into a new ‘Student Hub’ including a Café, Bookstore, WSU student services centre, refurbished amenities and new landscaping to the large courtyard.
This project entailed the complete replacement of the main commercial kitchen for the Parramatta Campus of Western Sydney University.
This project provides an upgraded and high quality public domain forming the new collective centre to the Parramatta campus. It provides an appropriate gathering and meeting place which allows the appreciation of the extensive heritage values on the site.
The Velluto Nero cafe is Sydney CBD's only coffee roasting facility set within a cafe. The project challenges included taking an irregular shaped space with mezzanine, limited services and narrow street frontage into an inviting welcoming cafe with a variety of services
The Hamilton Lounge forms part of the extensive restoration works of the Brisbane City Hall. This boutique street level bar and dining area is available for private functions, weddings and corporate events.
The refurbishment of Goldstein Hall for continuing use had a primary focus – that being the complete renewal of the existing kitchen, servery, services, finishes and equipment to ensure it could provide the meals needed for an increased numbers of students.
Located adjacent to Curzon Hall, a late nineteenth century sandstone building, this project is for a new ballroom accommodating 250 people.
The restaurant is in a four storey building with spacious ocean-view loggias that exploit the drop in elevation from the road to the sea level swimming pool.