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ARCHITECT ROBERT PUKSAND describes Field House as a living sculpture. Externally and internally his home is designed to be seen as an arrangement of planes that appear to float and connect in unexpected ways, to create a field where the … Continue reading
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This story first appeared online in ArchDaily in December 2015 and in print in inside INTERIOR DESIGN REVIEW, issue #90 March/April 2016. GRAY PUKSAND has completed a $53.3 million multi-level education facility for Deakin University’s School of Engineering at Waurn Ponds in Geelong. … Continue reading
First published in The Melbourne Review, April 2014. AFTER 36 years Circus Oz has set down permanent roots in a purpose-built facility on the site of the former Collingwood Technical School. Throughout the early days of January, a lifetime collection of … Continue reading
First published in The Melbourne Review July 2012 KEVIN Knight serves tea and homemade ANZAC biscuits at an antique timber dining table passed down from his late wife’s family. As the mid-afternoon sun warms our backs through the floor to … Continue reading
First published in The Melbourne Review July 2012 IN the thirty years since Hamer Hall first opened as the Melbourne Concert Hall in 1982, the well-loved venue, together with the Theatres Building, has become integral to the performing arts … Continue reading