Our Carpet Couch + Office will be enthusiastically featured as part of Open House Melbourne from 10am-4pm next Sat 28th July (booked tix only). For more info visit: www.openhousemelbourne.org @openhousemelb #OHMWeekend. 20 Jul 2018.
Fortunately we still keep a train set at the office for stop motion #family school holiday fun! 17 Jul 2018.
A few shots from the builder! Brisbane multi-residential apartments. Under construction. 08 Jun 2018.
PHOOEY Architects’ Ashburton House is for sale. A bargain at only $2.8M! Google “6 Bona Street, Ashburton Real Estate” or contact Marshall White for details. 03 May 2018.
Very happy to receive a belated copy of Mitre 10 InSite Issue 1 from 2017 earlier this week! Featuring our Brighton House (completed 2009). 27 Apr 2018.
Celebrating International Women’s Day while also dreaming of taking a bath at Pod House. 08 Mar 2018.
Children’s Activity Centre (from 2007) is one of 12 international projects to be featured in a new Malaysian article. Transforming Shipping Containers into Buildings was written by Ethel Khoo & published in The Edge Malaysia Weekly. http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/transforming-shipping-containers-buildings. 04 Jan 2018.
A great end to the year with our beautiful #family & wonderful friends @petenanellamei on the fabulous @puffingbillyrailway! Happy New Year everyone! 31 Dec 2017.
The Building Contract has just been signed for our Brisbane multi-residential apartments. Construction is scheduled to start early 2018! 02 Dec 2017.
Feeling challenged to match this view with an actual photo of our exciting Alphington House. 29 Oct 2017.
Celebrating 10 years since the installation of PHOOEY carpet couch 02! Located in the lift lobby of our office building & comprising salvaged remnant carpet. Rippling down the wall, the couch allows the carpet to be revitalised & become structural, almost like a sculpture. A comfortable & fully functional billboard for zerowaste sustainability. Carpet is the first thing people tend to rip out & throw away when doing a refurbishment. 96 per cent of it – 2.1 billion kilograms a year – is dumped into landfill. With its high embodied energy, the challenge is how to make that 96 per cent worth something. 13 Oct 2017.