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Project Name: QE11 Car Park Location: Perth, W.A Architect: Designinc (Perth) Application: Facade Specification: Dragon Scale Photography: Rob Burnett Scope The QE11 Medical Centre car park, located opposite Kings Park in Perth had strict design considerations given its prominent location. The aesthetics were a major design consideration, the intent was to provide inhabitants with privacy, […]
Project Name: Perth Arena Location: Perth, W.A Architect: ARM Architecture & Cameron Chisholm Nicol Application: Feature Wall / Security Fence Specification: Pic Perf ™ Photography: Rob Burnett Scope The design and construction of the Perth Arena is a striking architectural statement, and is likely to inspire redevelopment in the surrounding section of the CBD. Perth […]
Project Name: Latrobe Uni Dining Hall Location: Bendigo, VIC Architect: Billard Leece Partnership Application: Facade / Balustrade Specification: 3mm Aluminium perforated panels 12.7mm dia holes Photography: Rob Burnett Download the PDF Click here 2.6 MB Scope The architectural team at Billard Leece had a vision for a clean and sophisticated metal finish product that would […]
Project Name: Agilent Technologies Location: Melbourne, VIC Architect: SKM Application: Facade Specification: Expanded 125A Installed with tensioned Stainless Steel Cables Photography: Brent Robinson, Joe Berkelmans Scope SKM Architects were commissioned by Agilent Technologies to design a purpose built research and development facility, as an extension to their Head Office in Melbourne’s South East. The vision […]
Project Name: Vogel House Location: Wellington, NZ Architect: CCM Architects Developer: AMP Capital Application: Balustrade Specification: Transit F360 S/S Photography: Brent Robinson Scope A high profile building in Wellington’s parliamentary precinct, Vogel House was part of a multi million dollar redevelopment project. It was de-signed to provide a ‘campus’ environment for the Ministry of Justice, […]
Project Name: Tabcorp Park Location: Melbourne, VIC Architect: What Architects Application: Façade Specification: Custom Perforated Photography: Rob Burnett Scope Tabcorp Park was designed as a state of the art Harness Racing complex situated just off the Western Hwy, close to Melton. The façade was designed by What Architects, who were looking for an individual and […]
Project Name: Porsche, Brighton Location: Melbourne, VIC Project Builder: Exel Links Application: Façade Specification: Standard Perforation Photography: Rob Burnett Scope The main scope for this project was to create a façade / sunscreen to match other Porsche centres around Australia. Porsche are very protective of their brand identity and hence the final finish and design […]
Project Name: KUD House Location: Melbourne, VIC Architect: KUD Architects Application: Façade Specification: Pic Perf Photography: c/o KUD Architects Scope The designer saw this project as a platform to establish a critical dialogue within the built environment; to raise as many questions as it found solutions. KUD architects challenged the idea that smaller inner city […]