Rhiannon Slatter

Prahran, VIC, Australia

Woods Bagot - Surry Hills Very Small House GDA1 - Architecture & Interior Archive


Rhiannon Slatter works closely with architects, designers and makers to tell the story of their project in a way which achieves recognition and builds the profile of their practice. She has worked in the field since 2004 with her photography published extensively in local and international design publications during that time.


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Designed by Melbourne-based Hayne Wadley Architecture; photographed By Rhiannon Slatter.

Stepping inside this realm generates a hybrid of sensations, inspiring a long-lasting impression.

An amalgamation of a fabric regeneration and a new iconic extension, elevating the aesthetic appeal of the campus.

Designed by Melbourne-based Antony McPhee Architect; photographed by Rhiannon Slatter.

Designed by Melbourne-based Neil Architecture; photographed By Rhiannon Slatter

A carefully crafted form, generating a dynamic, atmospheric moment, denying the spaces small dimensions.

A holiday house, comprising 3 parallel, horizontal sections to maximize stunning bay views.

Designed by Melbourne-based architect Rothelowman; photographed By Rhiannon Slatter

A paradigm shift for suburban developments; a schism into three angular building forms generating dynamic movement.

The development of a facade iterating the dimensions of a tree, so the building becomes apart of the backyard itself.

Designed by Melbourne-based Plus Architecture; photographed By Rhiannon Slatter

Zimmermann Chadstone built by Melbourne-based Krueger Shopfitters; photographed by Rhiannon Slatter.

Designed by Melbourne-based MGS Architects; photographed by Rhiannon Slatter.

An amalgamation of community facilities with a particular focus surrounding the activities and support programs for young people.

Designed by the international firm; Grimshaw and photographed by Rhiannon Slatter.

A sanctuary in an often windy cemetery; a soothing interior space created by playing with a rich selection of materials, colours and details.

An iconic, flexible and ecologically-sustainable facility referencing its historical context.

Contextually, this project is about an amalgamation of people from diverse backgrounds and experiences but with a shared origin.

Designed by Peddle Thorpe Architects & built by Ireland Brown Construction; photographed by Rhiannon Slatter.

A confident, solo addition; a glazed atrium dining room joining the juxtaposing spaces, bestowing the light to all spaces literally and metaphorically.

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