We are very excited to be shortlisted in the Australian Interior Design Awards.

QP Residence is on the shortlist for Residential Design. We are honoured to be considered amongst such amazing projects.

A big thanks to Cathy for her tireless effort to bring this project to life. Thanks to our wonderful clients, fantastic builder Toki Construction and the whole team!



This transformation of this zero lot house explored the possibility of vertical space within tight sites. The footprint of the original dwelling was maintained and reconfigured with a small first floor addition. The house, including the in-situ concrete seats, was skilfully constructed by Toki Constructions and the joinery was crafted by N & J Joinery. The fantastic photos by Tom Ferguson captures the transition between the existing and new fabric. Click here to view the gallery.



Another great series of talks complete for Architecture on Show 2017.
Thanks to all of our speakers for your enlightening talks and to Inner West Council for the support, promotion and hosting.
A special mention go to my co-curators Michael Zanardo, Lisa Merkesteyn and Casey Byrant. We look forward to seeing you again in 2018.




City Apartment featured

Our City Apartment 1 project is featured on the Roger Seller blog.  All fixtures used on this project are from Roger Seller and complement the fitout and joinery by N&J Joinery 


city lights

This penthouse apartment is located in the heart of King Street Wharf, Sydney.  Reflection was used as a way of connecting the apartment to the city immediately outside.  This device works during the day but especially at night, when the city lights reflect around the apartment.  This project is another collaboration with N & J Joinery, whose bespoke furniture is exquisitely finished. GPM Building managed the build process through the mine field that is building within a strata building.  This project was photo graphed by Tom Ferguson and his great photos are now on the website.  Click here to see them.


north bondi houses 1 of 3

The first of 3 dual occupancy sites is now complete. The void, as described in a previous post, is pictured here.  The void and stair scoop northern light in to the south facing living rooms.  We are working with Charas Constructions to deliver another 2 similar projects.  The next is already under construction and utilises internal court yards to draw light deep into the plan as living areas face north for that site.


kent street apartment

Days after achieving concept sign off, the client left for an extended overseas trip.  Only a few months later the complete refurbishment of this great apartment in the heart of city is now complete.  Teaming up with Horizon Habitats and N & J Joinery, this project was delivered with a great eye for detail by the whole team.  The project highlights once again that a great project is the outcome of a great client, architect and builder relationship.


Pyrmont apartment complete

The refurbishment of the penthouse in Pymont is now complete. Working within the constraints of the existing building, the entire aparment was given a once over. Working closely with N & J Joinery, every room was provided with custom joinery and furniture including a large outdoor kitchen on the roof terrace.



Well into the construction phase, these 2 Bondi residences tackle the issue of a North facing front yard.  A complex section with a void across the stair and kitchen allow the northern sun into the living rooms at the rear.


27 Smith Street Competition

Working in association with Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio, we prepared an entry for the 27 Smith Street Competition organised by Sydney Living Museum. Our concept was to invert the notion of conventional brick veneer.  Beyond the environmental benefits, this idea allows for the inherent beauty of the brick to become the material for the interior.  The project is know as Hearth House and it exploits the robustness of the material in dealing with daily family life. Refer to our gallery for the full submission details