CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE.

We take a blank page and apply no rules.

Contemporary architecture can encapsulate dozens of different styles, from postmodernist and high-tech architecture, to highly conceptual and sculptural.

With a blank sheet of paper to play with we let your brief lead the way on style and choice of materials. From concrete wrapped in glass to aluminium clad in natural fibres, we can create a unique space that brings your vision to life.

We don’t design buildings simply to impress. We design homes that consider the people who will live within their walls, the aspect, light, and locality, as well as the impact the building will have on the environment.

contemporary

adjective (‘kənˈtem.pər.ər.i’)
1. existing, occurring, or living at the same time; belonging to the same time
2. of the present time; modern

Although the building was built many years ago, it still has a contemporary (= modern) feel to it.

contemporary

adjective (‘kənˈtem.pər.ər.i’)
1. existing, occurring, or living at the same time; belonging to the same time
2. of the present time; modern

Although the building was built many years ago, it still has a contemporary (= modern) feel to it.

Contemporary architecture can encapsulate dozens of different styles, from postmodernist and high-tech architecture, to highly conceptual and sculptural.

With a blank sheet of paper to play with we let your brief lead the way on style and choice of materials. From concrete wrapped in glass to aluminium clad in natural fibres, we can create a unique space that brings your vision to life.

We don’t design buildings simply to impress. We design homes that consider the people who will live within their walls, the aspect, light, and locality, as well as the impact the building will have on the environment.

FEATURED PROJECT.

Crow House is a rear extension to an existing Californian Bungalow in Melbourne’s inner Western Suburb of Albion.

We decided to take advantage of the wide block and the charming yard landscaping by designing the rear living zone to embrace the yard and, in contrast with the darker ‘old’ section of the house, is filled with light and air. The client brief was that they wanted quality and attention to detail with a hardy finish. The client said she didn’t want to rush through with a mop each time her dog walked through the house; so the design, along with the material selection have been chosen with that end in mind.

open plan living architects melbourne

FEATURED PROJECT.

open plan living architects melbourne

Crow House is a rear extension to an existing Californian Bungalow in Melbourne’s inner Western Suburb of Albion.

We decided to take advantage of the wide block and the charming yard landscaping by designing the rear living zone to embrace the yard and, in contrast with the darker ‘old’ section of the house, is filled with light and air. The client brief was that they wanted quality and attention to detail with a hardy finish. The client said she didn’t want to rush through with a mop each time her dog walked through the house; so the design, along with the material selection have been chosen with that end in mind.

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