These new white walls create deep, shady thresholds for outdoor seating, dining and reclining, while concealing new bedrooms and new living quarters in their protective shade.
The existing house was south-facing, casting itself into shadow, with unsightly neighbouring buildings imposing on all sides. The aim of this project is to create an engaging and active public realm cognisant of Melbourne CBD laneway culture and to reflect RMIT’s vibrant student culture. RMIT commissioned Architecture Architecture to develop concept designs for the reactivation of the laneway precinct within the RMIT city campus.
In the heart of the house, the living areas open onto a courtyard. In the living areas, where space and light are abundant, the material palette is darker, creating spaces of comfortable repose. From the backyard, a reclining hip casually slouches over the bedroom wing, while an attentive gable stands to attention over the more formal living spaces.
“Architecture Architecture have an amazing attention to detail, are very professional, dealt with any issues that arose, clearly communicated every step of the process and the end result has exceeded our expectations.” – Michael & Nicole. The courtyards extend the interior spaces, encouraging time spent outdoors as well as providing excellent solar access and passive ventilation. Much like these gables, variation in the scale and orientation of the new outdoor spaces lend a playful dynamism to the renovated house.
“The result is a materially tactile and rich patchwork of a house, a holisitically resolved dwelling that weaves together interior and exterior spaces, and old and new, alike.” – Houses Magazine. The Faculty also offers specialised courses in town planning, landscape architecture, interior architecture, industrial design and land planning and management. Studying architecture at Sapienza is a captivating and exciting experience.
Consolidating and publicising the universally recognised architectural qualities of Italian cities. The new generation of architects being educated at the Sapienza Faculty of Architecture are dedicated to: Tom also received gubernatorial appointments to the North Carolina Building Code Council and the North Carolina Board of Architecture where he served until his retirement at age 88.
He joined Odell Associates architectural firm, where he practiced as a Principal Associate for over 20 years. Morrison earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Maryland and a Master of Architecture and Master of Arts in Geography – Community Planning from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Any person may file a complaint against an unlicensed individual for a single act of unauthorized or illegal practice or representing himself or herself to the public as an architect.
Since Electron uses Chromium for displaying web pages, Chromium’s multi-process architecture is also used. Architecture, done well, enhances the experience of life. What if time does go back?”: the new short film by Building Pictures starts with a question.
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