Llewellyn House has been shortlisted in the "Residential Design" category for the Australian Interior Design Awards 2016.
Our Warships Exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum gets published in the March/April edition of Architecture Australia, as part of the article on the new 'Action Stations' pavilion.
studioplusthree have been appointed to design an extension to the community-owned REX Theatre, in Charlton, Victoria. Built in the 1930's, the additions to this art-deco cinema will adapt the original cinema into a full live performance venue, providing a range of backstage and community facilities for this regional asset in rural Victoria. The REX is fully run and operated by volunteers from Charlton and the surrounding Buloke region - a working theatre celebrating the golden age of cinema.
The new 'Action Stations' experience has opened at the Australian National Maritime Museum, commemorating 100 years of the Royal Australian Navy. It was opened by Minister for the Arts Mitch Fifield, the Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett and Gadigal Elder Chikka Madden.
studioplusthree were commissioned to design the new permanent exhibition, which is centred around a set of bespoke steel tables, home to a modular system developed to accommodate a constantly evolving set of physical and digital pieces. With an emphasis on the tactile and the physical, the exhibition seeks to invite the visitor behind the scenes of navy life.
The exhibition is situated within the new Warships Pavilion, designed by FJMT.
More photos to follow.
Our steel seating has arrived ready for install at the Warships Pavilion.
The Australian National Maritime Museum has released the first preview images of the "Action Stations" experience, for which studioplusthree have been appointed as exhibition designers for the Discovery and Exploration Space. Housed inside the new Warships Pavilion by FJMT, the exhibition content is displayed via a bespoke system developed by studioplusthree, allowing for regular updating of this permanent exhibition.
The Maritime Museum's new Warships Pavilion is a series of spaces creating a platform for public access to the Museum's submarine and destroyer vessels docked in the harbour. The exhibition space will house a permanent collection of tactile material, opening late-2015.
The Warships Pavilion itself is designed by Sydney firm FJMT and studioplusthree have been appointed as exhibition designers.