Springbank Downs House an award winning family home designed by Objects Ltd. Set in the uplifting North Canterbury landscape, this house of striking black cedar, fine details and thoughtful design was truly inspiring to photograph.
Sydney Harbour is famous for its waters sparkling in the sun and enchanting vistas across to city buildings, tropical foliage and busy ferries all crowned by the famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Well, not this day. A rare dense … Continue reading
Wilkinson Eyre’s fantastical Cloud Forest was my absolute favourite structure at the Gardens by the Bay. It was a completely sensory journey through a ‘mist mountain’ to experience the different foliage that exists in wet alpine areas.
A commission from TKD Architects for the new science and technology buildings at The Sydney Church of England Girls’ Grammar School. The buildings sit beautifully on the steep site, nestled in with old fig trees and superb views across to the … Continue reading
KInchega Woolshed, built in 1875 and set in the NSW Outback, was a serious pilgrimage to visit this historic building. It’s created from red gum wood and corrugated iron and is simply beautiful in the flesh. The wood details feel timeless.
Carfax Construction completed the works on the National School of Dramatic Arts, in Sydeny for HASSELL Architects. This extra wing was to include sound proofed rehearsal spaces and a foyer that also functions as a performance area.
A gorgeous job from Carfax Construction who went on to win the National Building Restoration awards with this grand old house on Sydney’s lower North Shore. The building was completely dilapidated before works started and the level of care in … Continue reading
I loved this building…..concrete, semi brutalist and sadly a bit neglected now. It was a commission from Savills and was originally an old children’s home and then a courtroom among other uses in its 60 odd year history.
Shigeru Ban’s transitional Cathedral, built to temporarily replace the old stone Cathedral that was demolished in the recent years of earthquakes in my hometown of Christchurch, New Zealand. A building that is serene, light filled and yet incredibly strong visually.
This new small scale industrial estate by BN Group Architects was an interesting commission to photograph due to the feature colours and strong geometric shapes.
Savills Australia commissioned this set of photography for the newly completed 92 Pitt St in the CBD Sydney. The building had been drawing attention for its beautifully designed entrance at street level and the interiors were equally dramatic.