2012 – 2014 This project sensitively inserts new architecture into a former industrial warehouse building, located in the inner west of Sydney. The brief called for a new 80-place childcare centre that would accommodate indoor and outdoor playspaces, an abundance … Continue reading
2010 – 2012 CO-AP was commissioned to do an interior fit-out of a new three-storey beachfront hospitality development at Merewether Beach in Newcastle. We designed the interiors for all three levels, incorporating a restaurant and bar, event spaces and a … Continue reading
2008 A fun and colourful installation for the Cappellini brand at Dedece. The existing multilevel atrium space was used to full potential. Close collaboration with the furniture brand was essential for a successful outcome. Photography © 2008 Ross Honeysett. All … Continue reading
2006 – 2008 The brief called for a new building to house a series of commercial photographic studios and flexible event spaces in Darlinghurst. The completed development consists of six multi-purpose studio spaces and a roof terrace. The approach taken … Continue reading
2007 Renowned Australian chef Christine Manfield approached us to design her Sydney restaurant Universal. The design was influenced by the exotic colours of spices and ingredients such as paprika, tamarind, turmeric and saffron. The result is a dining space reminiscent of … Continue reading
2006 – 2007 A mono-brand showroom space for Minotti furniture at Dedece in Sydney. Close collaboration with Minotti in Italy ensured a rigorous branding outcome for the company. Photography © 2007 Ross Honeysett. All rights reserved. Press / Vogue … Continue reading
2003 Design work of Engelen Moore. Co-director: Tina Engelen. Photography © 2003 Ross Honeysett. All rights reserved.
1999 – 2003 Design work of Engelen Moore. Co-director: Tina Engelen. Project architects: Paolo Razza, Dua Cox and James Mooney. Photography © 2003 Ross Honeysett. All rights reserved.
2000 – 2001 Design work of Engelen Moore. Co-director: Tina Engelen. Project architect: Guy Lake. Photography © 2001 Ross Honeysett. All rights reserved.
1995 The design of Gary Castles Stores is reminiscent of the old-fashioned shoe shop. The shelving in the Double Bay store covers one long wall and features a sliding ladder system accessing hundreds of shoe boxes on display like the … Continue reading