Inverloch house

Inverloch retreat

Understanding and appreciating the complexities of a rural site was the first step in transposing the brief onto tracing paper.


Elwood skylighting

Stairwell + lightwell = dwell well

Flights of stairs can be one of the trickiest parts of a house to plan. They take up a large volume and leave only awkward triangular spaces beneath. They do have their perks though (other than the obvious).


kitchen design

The cook and the architect

Designing a kitchen can be a science in itself, and for Michael, it offers the opportunity to blend two of his passions – cooking and architecture.


modern rear townhouse

One site, two faces

This two townhouse development offers two completely different architectural outcomes: a heritage cottage and contemporary townhouse.


Yellingbo house

A house for artists

This artists’ house in rural Yellingbo is a work of art and incorporates a zone for resting and a zone for working.


rooftop living

Mixed development “shop-top”

We have created a building built for the long haul in terms of its exposure to the nearby coastline, investment streams and workability.


Study at Yellingbo

Beyond 2020

2020 has been a watershed year for how we think about our home. We have a new appreciation for our living space and the role it plays in being our haven as well as the place we work, from both a physical and technological perspective.


Rear view

The Merchant of Malvern

This project transforms a classic 1980s home into something more suited to the present day owners. It was delivered on time and on budget.


Ruskin Street rear boundary screen

Passing the screen test

Part of the deal when we live close to one another in dense urban environments is that we pay consideration to our neighbours.