The Bio Unit Complex

Biology as the Influencer of Architecture If you take the time to walk outside and look a little closer at nature you will begin to realise that there is a degree of symmetry in what seems like chaos. Take for example the ‘Dracena reflexa’ plant, or ‘Song of India’ as it is known. This is a […]

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Zaha Hadid at the GSD School or Architecture

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 […]

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Land House – by Peter Stutchbury Architecture

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 […]

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The New Website is Coming!

Hi everyone, I just thought I would fill you in. We are embarking on the creation of a new website to showcase our work and ideas. This is being done in collaboration with our friends from ‘SideKick’. As part of this process we are revamping a lot of our old Sketchup images into more realistic […]

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What if money did not matter?

This short film can not me shared enough. Life is simply to short to be wasting time doing the things that don’t touch your soul! Tragedy and Hope – Narrated by Alan WattsComments comments

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HOME – the place of memory

A home begins life as a blank canvas of walls ceilings and floors, room upon room of precise measure, angles and architraves, plaster, brick, wood and glass.Beautifully rendered surfaces effortlessly hide the strength of the solid foundation within and yet home is more than a design of rooms and things. Home becomes the unacknowledged witness […]

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The Urban Designed House

In early 2013 I had the pleasure of spending time with my friend Dr Bruce Judd, Professor of architecture UNSW. Our journey from Merroo to Sydney airport lead us past Rouse Hill, in particular the new Town Centre commissioned by the NSW State Government and built from tender by Lend Lease and GPT Group (Developers). […]

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Dutch architect plans world’s first 3D-printed building

A Dutch architect is planning to construct a Möbius strip-shaped house using the world’s largest 3D printer.                         Landscape House, designed by Janjaap Ruijssenaars of Amsterdam firm Universal Architecture, will contain around 1,100 square metres of floorspace throughout the twisted structure. The 3D printer –which can “print” objects […]

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