The transformation of the Harbour Masters house, built by convicts in 1832 commenced with a briefing that was centred on a Farrow & Ball fan deck. Our clients, who clearly had a passion for bold colour, wanted to invigorate their home with a selection of modern and antique furniture and a brave attitude to colour. More on the Jackson-Sutton Residence here.
Orama wins again at the AIA National awards. Last night at the prestigious National AIA Awards, held in Brisbane, Orama was the winner of the National Award for Residential – Houses Alterations and Additions. It has been a wonderful year of award wins for Orama and we’d like to thank those who contributed to making this project as amazing as it is! Read more on Orama here.
At the heart of every project we do there lies an idea, a process or a story which drives and completes the design. We love sharing these in our conversation series which provides an insight into our Studio’s creative process. In our latest conversation, William Smart and Glenn O’Loughlin discuss with Stephen Todd whether form and function are still relevant to the making of architecture. Read the full article on our Conversations page here.