Architecture and Interior Design
Luigi Rosselli Architects
Surry Hills, NSW, Australia
Luigi Rosselli Architects is a Sydney based practice that adopts a humanist approach to architecture and design, not eager to win awards, but always to instill good design and humane architecture that develops affinities, creating sympathetic buildings that flow and appeal.
The Luigi Rosselli Architects team work out of The Beehive Design Studio in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills. The Beehive is a celebration of the immediacy and the unpredictability of creation using what is discarded or found rather than new materials, by creating a new bricolage that demonstrate how waste products can be re imagined and reused with minimal energy.
Renowned for their houses, residential architecture, adaptive re-use and heritage designs, the studio has worked on a very wide range of projects: from offices to factories, from libraries to wineries, from childcare to chapels.
Luigi Rosselli Architects is a carbon neutral practice applying sustainable building practises, as demonstrated by their expertise in rammed earth, air-conditioning-free spaces and energy efficiency.
The humanist and environmental principles apparent in their projects has attracted a variety of clients, from the top achievers of Australian society to the penniless artist, with a variety of locations and briefs, resulting in a continual renewal of design solutions.
This home in Hunters Hill is accessible only by bridging the swimming pool that surrounds the house on two sides.
The recently completed Triplex Apartments by Luigi Rosselli Architects are endowed with large terraces and private gardens ideal for those who wish to downsize from a suburban house.
The Luigi Rosselli Architects team understood that the books in The Books House were ultimately a reference to the ledges and shelves of Sydney-Hawkesbury sandstone outcrops.
Tama’s Tee Home by Luigi Rosselli Architects was constructed on what was solid and reusable from the previous house. Approximately fifty-percent of the previous structure was kept.