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This custom designed residence endeavours to create a kind of vigorous grandeur reminiscent of the surrounding picturesque houses.
Derived from the ‘Quad’ concept design, this five bedroom family home has been extensively customised in collaboration with their clients.
This coastal holiday house is composed of a series of stepped pavilions reflecting the sites undulating topography.
InForm - Point Lonsdale Project - Header Profile Image
This split level beach house includes three bedrooms and a lounge retreat on the lower level, and a large open plan living area and master bedroom.
Floating Shelving Unit - Made By Morgen - Detail Shot
The latest custom designs & pieces by Brunswick-based Made By Morgen. Photographed by Lillie Thompson.
Located in beautiful East Trentham, renovations to this existing dwelling were designed to blend a modern aesthetic within a country setting.
Surrounded by a European landscape, the Trentham Barn was designed referencing the traditional pitched roof barn shape.
A refined palette of white washed timber boards, and polished fresco walls are used to produce a sophisticated take on the traditional country home.
Nord Coffee Co impressive interior
This project is a study in facilitating complex design outcomes using computational design and digital fabrication tools to manage a multitude of components.
The Maven's impressive wall of 2300 wine bottles
The Maven Bar immediately entices visitors with a parametric wall designed entirely of 2,300 wine bottles that shine like diamonds.
Foxtel freestanding wall curves
As a part of the Foxtel IQ3 feature wall commission the Sydney HQ required two freestanding walls to act as a room separators.
Cellular Tessellation in front of the Opera House
The project is a pavilion designed using Rhino and Grasshopper, and is an exploration in geometric resolution of a complex surface.
A large scale studio to accommodate spin, pilates, and yoga for The KX team. Featuring a large reception waiting area and extensive change room facilities.
The new office fit out sits within the existing warehouse space. The bold black insertion contains a discrete kitchen, bathroom fascinates, IT hub and storage.
Restricted by the site’s small size, the proposed design raises the roof structure allowing the living spaces to be flooded with light.
The architectural language of this project celebrates the local vernacular style in a modern and playful way.
Solids, voids and cantilevers break up the pure form of the house making it more tactile and dynamic, allowing natural light into the interior.
Daniel Boddam was commissioned to redesign this project to create a sensitive addition that compliments the architectural style of the house.
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