The Kununurra Transitional Housing has won another award! Given by the Institute of Public Administration Australia the award is for Best Practice in Collaboration Across Government. The award was granted to Wunan, Dept. of Housing and Community Housing Limited in the East Kimberley Development Package (EKDP) Transitional Housing Program.
iredale pedersen hook designed 35 homes for the Housing Authority in consultation with the Wunan Foundation as part of a pilot program to transition Aboriginal families in to home ownership. The program has resulted in numerous families buying houses and numerous more waiting to purchase.
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The Applecross Residence has featured on ArchDaily, for more information please follow the link:
Nannup House has featured in the new book by Anna Johnson and Richard Black titled ‘Living in the Landscape’.
Published by Thames and Hudson the book features 28 Australian and New Zealand houses exploring new and exciting relationships between landscape and design.
“Working as a kind of calibration of site, Nannup House is an exploration of linearity and an abstraction of the very idea of journey and its relationship to retreat.” Anna Johnson and Richard Black.
CASA31_4 Room House has featured on Better Homes and Gardens, if you missed this please click on the link below:
We are proud to be included in the Colorbond Steel 50th Anniversary Issue.
Both the West Kimberly Regional Prison (with TAG Architects) and Walumba Elders Centre feature in this special issue that focuses on projects exploring the world of steel.
A special thank you to Rachel Bernstone, Rob Gillam and Steel Profile for their continued support.
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Our Mosman Bay House has won the residential category of the national Staron Design Award for 2016.
”This design fully understands the nature of the Staron material both in rectilinear and curved compositions.
Making the entire island bench from Staron makes it a totally durable element, that will take all the rough and tumble uses it requires.
It is then suitably complemented by the study and stair elements. A very pleasing result.”,
Stephen Varady, Stephen Varady Associates.
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Our Applecross House and winner of the 2016 Think Brick Horbury Hunt and Grand Prix Awards featured in the Sunday Times on the weekend.
Don’t miss the great article by Jade Jurewicz.
Our Mosman Bay House is a shortlisted finalist in the single residential category of the 2016 BPN Sustainability Awards.
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Our Elizabeth Quay Gusto Gelato Ice-crean Kiosk is the winner of the Glass and Window Association of Western Australia GWA WA 2016 Bespoke Over $10K category.
The judges noted the following:
“A one off Bespoke Design with odd angles and shape in an Iconic location with complex ImageInk patterns built for a specific purpose.
The aluminium is presented in traditional anodised “Umber” with a one off digital print and colour film interlayer. There are large mechanical doors at either end that can be fully opened in warm weather and closed during the cooler months.
The ImageInk pattern to be integrated with the different shapes and components of the building.
Glazing is interlayered with digital ceramic print. Doors and windows with operable ramps and awnings to provide flexible access and local weather protection.
You need to see this in person to appreciate the design and colours – the colours differ depending on the time of day and the weather
The judges were particularly impressed with the overall complexity of the design, and how well the finished aesthetics resemble that of the original design concept, which was inspired by an Argyle Pink Diamond!”
Congratulations to the installers Aluminium Products.
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Artist: Pamela Gaunt