GEARING UP FOR PRESENTATION

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170515-001_reducedWe have been working on a new project for some time, and it is now the final push towards the first client presentation.
So to give our model maker a hand (and of course to ensure the model is addressing what needs to be expressed correctly), we visited to help planting some trees on the model as it is quite a densely vegetated site…
More updates later.. wish us luck!

ALL THE WAY FROM THAILAND

blogged by Olivia Shih

170215_001We have received a pleasant little surprise – it is a parcel from Thailand.

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:

BAY ROAD HAIR 

CONNECT SYDNEY

EXTREMELY URGENT FROM NEW YORK

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170118-0003We 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)

DOSHISYA KYOTANABE CHAPEL

SNEAKEROLOGY

M HOUSE

HABITAT ANTIQUE

BLU CREATIVITY

170118-0002Yesterday we received our copies of Architectural Record in post.

It arrived in our Sydney office from New York over night …. it really is Extremely Urgent!

NEW OFFICE

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2016_17_e cardWe have relocated over the Christmas / New Year holiday!

 

Facet Studio is now operating from the new location with new phone number, please kindly update your contact information.

DESIGN VANGUARD 2016

161215-001We are truly honoured to have been selected by Architectural Record (US) as Design Vanguard 2016!

 

“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