The project refurbished TAFE Northern Sydney Institute’s Crows Nest Campus to develop a design which embraced innovative educational learning spaces and encourage open and flexible learning spaces.
The palette of warm, timber materials, cool concrete, original sandstone and natural soft furnishings connect the old and the new, while providing a clean, expansive backdrop for art.
The new school building wings radiate out from a central covered outdoor learning space, which form an active and visible heart of the school.
The new 3000m² Veritas Building is a purpose- built facility that provides a new home to the substantial campus Library and the new student Learning Commons.
The fit-out at ACU for IPPE is designed to facilitate creativity and provides a back drop for researchers and theorists to share and collaborate.
A positive and lasting transformation of an iconic civic building providing additional courtrooms and a new integrated registry.
Taking cues from residential design the interior fitout is calm and nurturing.
This fitout starts to address cellular office sizes, furniture allocation & finishes which will evolve to become a standard across the University.
The design encourages collaboration and social interaction, providing spaces where teams can work together in formal and informal arrangements.
The consistency of tones through the house has been echoed in soft furnishings and even the client’s considered curation of art within each space which allows the Bronte House to have a calm, casual feel which isn’t precious.
This project provides a significant refurbishment of existing underutilised spaces.
This traditional Sydney School style home sensitive renovation creates a stunning backdrop for furnishings, art, and family treasures that enhance the beautiful garden setting that the client fell in love with.
The adaptive re-use and conservation for the historic buildings returns life to this once thriving village and provides opportunities for the community to access and engage with the 170-year-old station.
The interior design of the new head office of Southern Cross Care is bright, friendly and welcoming reflecting a shift in the desired work environment to an open work space which creates a dynamic and contemporary working environment.
The Spring Cove Apartments comprise of 16 prestige, sustainable, low-maintenance, single-floor apartments over two levels, with basement parking. Nestled into a master-planned bushland site, they border National Park, facing south to Sydney Harbour.
This 1860’s heritage listed Victorian timber cottage located in Sydney’s inner west suburb of Newtown is the last of its kind.
Set on a steep waterfront site overlooking Long Bay on Sydney's lower north shore, this house enjoys spectacular bush and water views. The site sits to the south of a bush reserve that runs to the water, creating a bushland setting and outlook for the house in a built-up residential area.
This 4 storey residential building with ground floor retail space is situated on a prominent site near Bondi Beach.
This new house in Coogee in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs is structured around a water feature and double height dining space, making the most of this tight suburban site.
The existing house was purchased by the clients as a balance between a coastal aspect and the urban life of Double Bay, and then open up the space and have a better layout for the family.
Set amongst a stand of angophoras, this new pavilion and extension to an original Palm Beach sandstone cottage is designed to provide holiday accommodation for an extended family.
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.
The fitout of a new library and community hub at No.2 Conder Street, Burwood provided an exciting opportunity to contribute to a vital community facility and revitalise a former council building located on the edge of the busy Burwood commercial and civic precinct.
The historic Graythwaite Estate have been redeveloped as an expansion of the School’s adjacent campus, and comprises the conservation and adaptive reuse of Graythwaite House, new educational buildings and enhancement of the site’s parkland setting.
Completing the Masterplan developed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects for the school's future growth, the Joan Freeman Science and Technology Centre includes six science laboratories, four TAS rooms and six art classrooms over four levels in inner city Darlinghurst.
This house provides a peaceful family retreat within the bounds of the property by creating interior spaces that maintain a strong connection to the garden
A glass breezeway wraps around a north-east facing courtyard and joins the original cottage to the modernised addition. From the street the cottage retains its heritage values.
The new office in Surry Hills brings together our team on one level and provides accommodation for additional staff as the practice grows. Located in a converted warehouse on Foster Street, Surry Hills, the original fully glazed light well admits a soft natural light to the core of the plan.
The new public spaces for the Museum of Brisbane are located on the Adelaide Street sides of Level 3, in place of the ad-hoc additions which formerly housed the child care centre and former staff gymnasium.
These unique apartments proudly celebrate open space and natural light to provide unique contemporary apartment living in the heart of The Rocks.
This house provides a peaceful family retreat within the bounds of the property by creating interior spaces that maintain a strong connection to the garden.
An extensive new house in the well-established Mosman area on Sydney's Lower North Shore, this project fully explores the relationship between indoor and outdoor.
The worker's cottage has been transformed into a contemporary residence with the inclusion of open plan spaces, utilisation of natural light, concealed storage/utilities and the extension of space through the blending of interior and exterior lines.
Tanner Kibble Denton Architects have transformed this dilapidated house into a significant contemporary Bellevue Hill residence. The exteriors of the house have been extensively remodeled but the house has retained its original feel.
UTS Insearch is a fully accredited Australian higher education provider and a controlled entity of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Insearch provides academic pathway programs for local and overseas students as a way to access UTS and other tertiary institutions
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.
SCEGGS Darlinghurst Interim Libraries included the refurbishment of existing primary and secondary school libraries, expanding into old classrooms which had been vacated following completion of the Joan Freeman Science and Technology Centre.