RESIDENTIAL

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The house is a castle which the King cannot enter.

– RALPH WALDO EMERSON

 

 

Re-Growth Pod, Kinglake Victoria, Australia

The design responds to both the physical and emotional needs of the residents of Kinglake who have lost their homes in the Victoria bushfire tragedy.  The intention of using containers as an extension to the concrete pod is to transform the devastation of loss into a relief of hope of a new beginning.  Following the mourning for the loss of their homes, family and friends, it becomes a celebration to those who have survived; a feeling of hope not for those that are gone, but of those that are still around.  The design approach emphasizes this celebration and the feeling of appreciation by turning a temporary and mobile stereotype into a permanent and flexible home.

Setia Eco Cascadia Phase 2, Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Phase 2 of the Setia Eco Cascadia residential development features a mix of 2-storey and 3-storey terraced houses.  This phase is ‘Alluvia’, invoking the imagery of vast fields where herbs and spices provide the smells and tastes of nature.

Architect: CPG Consultants

Setia Sky 88 Serviced Apartment, Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Located in the city centre of Johor Bahru, Setia Sky 88 is within 10 minutes’ drive from the Sultan Iskandar CIQ Complex (JB Customs).  The development consists of three residential towers A, B and C.  ‘Life in the clouds’ is the underlying concept for the development.  The development is among the first in Johor Bahru to offer unique unit types including studio, dual-key, loft and penthouse to suit a variety of lifestyles.

Architect: CPG Consultants