Hi Everyone, Below are a few new homes that I have been waiting to see come to fruition for sometime. Now that they are finished we get to see another glimpse into the creative mind of Peter Stutchbury. I have been a fan of Peter’s work for many years. In my opinion his architecture continues […]
The work of Zaha Hadid seems like a dream from another timeframe. It feels worlds apart from our micro efforts to build and design Australian houses in the suburbs of Brisbane for between $1200 and $3000 dollars per m2. The two pursuits hardly seem like they are even in the same profession. This being said […]
Ok Guys this is a rare treat! PSA have just posted time laps footage of one of their latest houses, the ‘Land house’. I dearly love the work of Peter Stutchbury, for me his ideas and philosophies embed a purity of thought that is implicitly focused on lifestyle and livability. All his work achieves a level of […]
Hi Guys. This is a wonderful interview with Australian architect Peter Stutchbury. He is one of our greatest talents! Peter and his team continue to blur the boundaries between art, habitation and nature. Below are also some other websites belonging to architects he collaborates with. Enjoy! http://www.fergusscottarchitects.com.au/ http://www.jamesstockwell.com.au/projects/leura.htm
David Hotson Architects have produced this astonishing renovation to an existing New York penthouse apartment. It is well worth a look!
It’s the end of the year and yet another series of ‘Dream Build’ is being screened on the ABC. For thoughts of you who didn’t catch our earlier blog which featured the first series I have attached a link below. Enjoy the first episode of series two here! http://bleuscape.com.au/blog/dream-build-abc/ http://www.abc.net.au/tv/dreambuild/ Episode 10 – Brent Knoll This […]
A 54 minute documentary on Australia architect Glenn Murcutt. Writer/director Peter Hyatt follows Murcutt to Sydney, Northern Australia, Papua New Guinea and Finland to observe his architecture and contribution to Green design well before sustainability became a catchphrase. Glenn Murcutt – Touch The Earth Lightly from Peter Hyatt on Vimeo.
The long-awaited Design Hub at RMIT University by Sean Godsell and Peddle Thorp Architects opens on 9 November 2012. Melbourne’s new Design Hub by Sean Godsell and Peddle Thorp Architects has opened at RMIT University, heralding a new era not only in design innovation, but cross-disciplinary collaboration and the exhibition of design. The building has […]
HEAT is a Queensland based organisation that promotes our states wonderful architecture. The below short films have come out of this initiative and have been seen around the world, including the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. Enjoy! Shot and produced by Alex Chomicz. www.alexchomicz.com
This small clip is a tribute to Brisbane’s best architectural firm. Donovan Hill’s body of work has had the greatest influence on me in my career, it continues to inspire. Theirs is an architecture that delivers craft and spatial autonomy in such beautiful ways. Please see their website at www.donovanhill.com.au for more images. Thanks to Willis Lim for […]