Since we have moved office, it has taken a slight detour with the post office, and finally arrived at our new office.
Thank you Phin (who worked with us in 2012) for always thinking of us, we miss you too.
Phin was involved in:
For the ongoing POKOLBIN HOUSE, we have been familiarising ourselves with the sensitivities of the site – what that essentially means is, to “re-learn” what nature is.
Yes we have to design with solar access, overshadowing, wind direction, view corridor… in mind, especially in the city context where nature is scarce.
Nature is something delicate, needing to be treated with care, for sure.
But nature takes on a different meaning when it is all-encompassing on a majestic scale.
It dwarfs everything else; makes one truly feel, with all senses, the meaning of “Mother Nature”.
It is something not to be messed with.
Every change in the nature’s expression becomes magnified.
The fruits captured the past year – rain, sun, and human effort.
Again the beauty of nature shows in the honesty of the fruit.
We hand picked about 250kg, which if fermentation goes well, will come to roughly 200 bottles of wine with time.
Really looking forward.
Crazy summer weather.
Thanks TOM FERGUSON and we look forward to the photos.
We have been published in ARCHITECTURAL RECORD in US!
This was the DESIGN VANGUARD 2016 issue, which features the practices selected from all over the world.
Projects covered are:
FACET STUDIO (practice)
It arrived in our Sydney office from New York over night …. it really is Extremely Urgent!
“Since 2000, Design Vanguard has showcased emerging architects from around the world. For this program, RECORD looks at firms established no more than 10 years ago that are demonstrating inventive approaches to shaping the built environment. Unlike some years past, when young architects were still coping with the economic downturn, this year’s winners have a robust body of built work and are making a big impact on the places where they practice.”
To find out more click HERE