Beautifully interconnected in a material conversation that crosses time, Splinter Society’s design for Hawthorn Gable House marries the past to future with extraordinary aplomb.
Taking inspiration from their client’s Mexican heritage, Splinter Society’s design for Casa Victoria is an exploration of design ideas that sit well within the ideals of traditional Mexican architecture. It also sits well within the aesthetics of contemporary Mexican architecture, where materiality, brutalist form and natural light are paramount.
Designed with the notion of health within nature, Splinter Society has created an oasis that harnesses the natural setting with Metung Hot Springs.
Comprising the renovation and extension of a classic single-fronted Victorian terrace located in Brunswick East, Splinter Society has reinvigorated its past for a longer future.
Kitchens and bathrooms continue to capture our attention as the key spaces of a home, and these ones are not only especially good looking, they work very hard to provide comfort, retreat and relaxation.
For a Melbourne couple with two young children, peeling back the layers of ad hoc additions drove this renovation project as much as the desire to create a fine contemporary home.
While the passage of time will continue to evolve this warehouse café, a clever, considered design by Splinter Society means its industrial past won’t be left behind.
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all bathroom solution, but the very best designs incorporate certain elements that can make the outcome nothing less than perfect.