McBride Charles Ryan Architects’ award winning design of the Logan Hall student accommodation at the Clayton Campus brought Monash University’s aim to life in 2015: to create true urban communities in quintessentially Australian style. Officially opened in 2016 by The Honourable Linda Dessau AM, The Governor of Victoria, Logan Hall completes the University’s new state-of-the-art living precinct. Driven by MGS Architects' Clayton Campus Masterplan 2011-2023, the University’s a
Peel by Milieu is not just a development of 37, one, two and three bedroom apartments in the heart of Melbourne’s Collingwood. It’s a contemporary approach to living that delivers timeless elegance. Driven by a strong and unique design that illuminates the monumentality of its corner site, this striking brick building is authentic to place. It not only resonates some of the larger industrial brick warehouses in the area, but also architecturally celebrates its new and enticin
The recent upgrade of Chifley Sports Reserve, one of Randwick City Council’s largest sporting reserves, included constructing two amenities buildings complete with kiosks, storage, meeting rooms, toilets and change facilities. Situated between the reserve’s two main sports ovals, along an east-west pedestrian pathway, the buildings create a central focus for the reserve. A series of concrete blades, situated at the ends of the buildings, are shaped to capture a long flat roof
Melbourne’s McBride Charles Ryan Architects brought Monash University’s aim to life of creating true communities in quintessentially Australian style, with its design of the new Logan Hall student accommodation at the Clayton Campus. Sustainable design and construction was central to the building’s development to achieve a 5-star-as-built rating from the Green Building Council of Australia. The development includes 250 studio rooms, as well as shops and cafes on the ground fl
As part of the $80 million upgrade and expansion to the Knox Private Hospital, its car park was extended in 2015 providing more than 240 additional parking spaces. Following this major development, it is now the second largest private hospital in Victoria, and the largest private hospital in the east. The project extended the existing Inpatient Unit, including an additional 60 beds and two-bed wards, with 10 consulting suites, a new main entrance and a pharmacy/gift shop. The
In Melbourne’s inner city and densely populated Richmond, there’s an eye-catching triangular building that’s beginning to stop traffic as its construction takes shape: Jaques apartments. Karl Fender of Melbourne architects, Fender Katsalidis, designed this spacious, contemporary apartment block, which houses just 56 luxury apartments, targeted at the owner-occupier. Priced between $400,000 to $2,000,000, they not only offer luxury amenities, but easy proximity to Bridge Road
It was a case of old meets new with the upgrading, refurbishing and extension of the old Castlemaine Police Station, completed in October 2014. This functional, contemporary square building is still very much in keeping with the style and heritage of the buildings in the surrounding area. The redevelopment of the Castlemaine Police station is a shining example of how Robertson’s Façade Systems cleverly and seamlessly links old with new, to create stunning, functional designs.
The redevelopment of Dimmeys, Richmond’s heritage listed building, completed in 2015, transformed it into a modern mixed-use development connecting old and new. Now known as Richmond Icon, the well-known historic building began life as a textile store in 1878, evolving to a quality goods store during the Depression and, most recently, to a prominent bargain store. Armsby Architects created the new design, taking the already iconic building one giant leap ahead by carefully pr