Koo Koo mailbox in a stylized shape of a bird to bring some fun to something that’s normally relegated to simply functional.
Located in the southern part of Melbourne, this small inner city pub established in 1940, has seen a huge transformation with an additional space added to the back of the Hotel. This clever rethinking of space and structure has effectively turned the pub from a one level local watering-hole into a “futuristic voyeur’s playground” with striking differences between the old and new structures.
Located on a corner the existing shed was a distinctive building, a windowless, narrow double storey structure on a single storey residential street. As the only remaining shed in the area it is a unique reminder of the suburb’s industrial past.
Melbourne, Australia is about to reach new heights with Australia 108, a hotel and apartment tower designed by Fender Katsalidis.
This Evonik wind explorer electric-powered car is amazingly inexpensive. The super lightweight car recently made the journey from the South of Perth through the rugged Australian landscapes using less than $15 in electricity. Just to put that into context, that’s a journey of over 5,000 kilometers!
The new playground makes extensive use of landform to house a variety of play experiences and elements that caters for the entire family.
For the other side of Queensbridge Square, a second sculptural intervention was created over a new concrete vent shaft.