Category: Architecture

12
Apr

Melbourne Flower Merchant Shortlisted for Dulux Colour Awards

We are thrilled to announce our Melbourne Flower Merchant project is a finalist in this year’s Dulux Colour Awards.

Melbourne Flower Merchant is located on a prominent corner of the Melbourne CBD at the base of a boutique office tower at 555 Bourke Street. Operating as a vibrant ‘market’ florist during the day, where multitudes of colourful blooms line the walls, at night it is transformed into a magnificent, modern, towering events space. Click here to view photos of the project.

31
Mar

Melbourne Flower Merchant finalist in the Australian Interior Design Awards

We are delighted that the Melbourne Flower Merchant has been shortlisted for Retail Design in the Australian Interior Design Awards 2017.

Our brief was to create a space that would function as a florist and event space. The use of raw natural materials complement the existing high ceilings and concrete columns and create an understated backdrop for the main features; the flowers.

Best of luck to all the finalists!

21
Dec

Perputual was shortlisted in this year’s Dulux Colour awards

The brief was for a vibrant, energised office space, which would maintain the corporate feel necessary for a financial services group.

Meeting rooms flow from the entry and waiting area, leading on to utility spaces and a quiet room. Central to the open-plan workspace, is the staff breakout. The focus of the fitout, it doubles as an informal meeting space, and a staff break room.

Geometric patterning breaks up the window glazing throughout, while allowing light to infiltrate core areas. The colour scheme plays on the client’s branding colours, while the blonde ply and copper enliven the blues and greens.

To view the images of this project click here

16
Dec

Puma Head Office & Showroom won the Market Award Winner in the 2016 ‘Design Is’ Awards

We are excited to announce Studio 103’s Puma Head Office & Showroom won the Market Award for Midsize Office in the 2016 ‘Design Is’ Awards.

Puma’s national headquarters are located in a 1960s building which has had numerous additions over the years to accommodate growth. This had resulted in a rabbit warren of departmental separation. The client wanted to develop the, disjointed departments into a modern, socially vibrant working environment. Our solution was to open up the existing buildings and create physical and visual pathways to allow connectivity between work areas.

Click here for more information on this project.

13
Dec

Park House shortlisted for the Australian Interior Design Awards

Studio 103 Park House project made the Residential Design shortlist for the AIDA Awards 2016.

Built in 1889, this two storey terrace house overlooks Melbourne’s Yarra Park.
Extensive remodelling transformed a 1970s renovation, highlighting the house’s nineteenth century proportions, modernising and opening up the living and entertainment spaces. A clean materials palette provides a foil to elegant period features. Marble, stone and timber veneer are punctuated with copper and brass.

To view the images of this project click here.