Artichoke

The University of Melbourne Engineering Building

At the risk of oversimplification, “putting engineering on display” could be the clarion call for this entire suite of interventions in the University of Melbourne’s Engineering faculty buildings, which incorporates an engineering workshop and various moments in the old engineering buildings. DesignInc has worked hard with its client to bring spaces, machinery and objects into the light that were previously buried deep within the University of Melbourne’s famously labyrinthine Parkville campus, laying down new paths and vistas through what were once opaque “black box” functions. In doing so, architect and client have elevated and

Anda sedang membaca pratinjau, daftarlah untuk membaca selengkapnya.

Lainnya dari Artichoke

Artichoke2 mnt membaca
Osteria Tedesca
This deeply personal labour of love for chef Brigitte Hafner winningly captures the warmth and relaxed hospitality of a domestic kitchen. The immersive open-plan space in Victoria’s Red Hill wine region encourages guests to engage in the experience a
Artichoke3 mnt membacaArchitecture
Light Box
In Melbourne’s inner-city neighbourhoods, where ageing warehouses are hastily replaced with commercial developments, designing for an unknown end-user usually means that inoffensiveness becomes an aspiration; speculative begets generic. Light Box is
Artichoke1 mnt membaca
Commendations
Visit eat-drink-design.com/galleryto see more images ■