We are thrilled to see two of our latest projects featured on ArchDaily and Yellowtrace this week – both featuring concrete as a stand-out material.
“Carr describes movement on the client floor as one that flows in a curving, organic manner, obscuring lines of slight and creating a sense of exploration in the ‘front of the house’. The scheme manages to strike a perfect balance between drama and a deep sense of calm. The colour palette features rich-blue and olive-green tones, offset with natural finishes and neutral shades.”
A key feature of the design of Norton Rose Fulbright Melbourne is the free form concrete reception pods, and freeform concrete tables.
See the full feature of Norton Rose Fulbright Melbourne on Australian interior design platform Yellowtrace.
Making a statement on ArchDaily is our Carter Toorak project. The concrete banding of the façade is what defines this multi-residential project, creating a strong repetition and symmetry that is softened by planting and a bronze metal detail.
See the full feature on global architecture platform ArchDaily.