Integrated architecture and landscapes
Airlie Bank Lane
Built on the disused tennis court of the historical Victoria Police Academy, Airlie Bank Lane is defined by two, three-storey screens that reference the silhouettes of now gone tennis nets. The screens filter the views in and out of the apartments to provide a frame for climbing plants, filtering the sunshine into the interiors and creating peaceful and private spaces with soft dappled light.
The Sunday Age, Living by Design, August 2009
"Airlie Bank Apartment" - Published in Houses, Issue 85, Australia's leading residential architecture magazine for designers and their clients
"Airlie Bank - Houses Awards 2012" - Published in Houses, Issue 87, Australia's leading residential architecture magazine for designers and their clients
"The gentle art of restraint" - Published in The Age, Domain, November 12, 2011