Lymesmith collaboration with Sam Crawford Architects.
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Colour design collaboration with Sam Crawford Architects for Public Amenities at Marks Park, Tamarama, for Waverley Council. This project was awarded the AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, NSW Chapter Architecture Awards for Small Project Architecture and Public Architecture in 2016.
Photographs by Brett Boardman. read more }
Read all about it at http://expandedarchitecture.com/archive/2013-2/
An installation of paintings exploring the heritage colour palette of The Rocks. The work explored the patina created through the cycles of care and neglect which most buildings undergo during their long lifespans. The paradox of paint is that read more }
Building Blocks recently received a prestigous award for colour design at the Resene Total Colour Awards in New Zealand, for the category “Product and Display”.
A temporary street activation/sculpture in collaboration with Fearns Studio and Jumboist, instigated by Jess Scully, for AMP Capital. May also read more }
A cosmetic upgrade of 7 ugly buildings. Colour can be a powerful agent for change in the urban environment. This project has assisted Parramatta City Council to attract new tenants into short term leases whilst the area is undergoing transformation.
Photography by Doug Riley – read more }
Lymesmith collaboration with talented interior designer Yasmine Ghoniem of Amber Road Design. Custom joinery in crown cut walnut veneer by Evostyle, iconic Flos wall light by Paolo Rizzatto. Poltrona Frau leather furniture, Takashi Table and Hay chairs supplied by Corporate Culture, Sydney. Stay tuned for read more }
Whilst working for Grit and Pearl LLP, a multi-disciplinary public art consultancy in the UK, I was asked to respond the City of Sunderland’s request for proposals for a series of ‘City Gateways’. Wishing to avoid a ‘sculpture on the roundabout’ approach, I chose to read more }
Proposal for 2 lookouts on headlands above the busy working port of Workington. Each headland is a popular local haunt and parking area.
Using retrofitted shipping containers, the sites were marked, and simple facilities could be introduced. The shipping containers would be lit at night, read more }