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Jul 3 2020

Scandizzo House: Pete Kennon Revives a Victorian House in Melbourne with a Concrete Extension

Designed by architect Pete Kennon of Melbourne-based studio Kennon+ for a young family of five, this four bedroom home seamlessly combines a quaint Victorian cottage with a modern, concrete extension of minimalist grace and formalist rigour. Developed in close collaboration with its owners, award-winning hairdresser Joey Scandizzo and his wife, TV personality Jane Scandizzo, the house is a direct architectural response to the couple’s lifestyle and sensibilities, reflecting Kennon’s exploration of the relationship between architecture, memory and identity.
Jul 3 2020

Scandizzo House: Pete Kennon Revives a Victorian House in Melbourne with a Concrete Extension

Designed by architect Pete Kennon of Melbourne-based studio Kennon+ for a young family of five, this four bedroom home seamlessly combines a quaint Victorian cottage with a modern, concrete extension of minimalist grace and formalist rigour. Developed in close collaboration with its owners, award-winning hairdresser Joey Scandizzo and his wife, TV personality Jane Scandizzo, the house is a direct architectural response to the couple’s lifestyle and sensibilities, reflecting Kennon’s exploration of the relationship between architecture, memory and identity.

Designed by architect Pete Kennon of Melbourne-based studio Kennon+ for a young family of five, this four bedroom home seamlessly combines a quaint Victorian cottage with a modern, concrete extension of minimalist grace and formalist rigour. Developed in close collaboration with its owners, award-winning hairdresser Joey Scandizzo and his wife, TV personality Jane Scandizzo, the house is a direct architectural response to the couple’s lifestyle and sensibilities, reflecting Kennon’s exploration of the relationship between architecture, memory and identity.

Written By
Christina Paraskeva
ArchitectureDesignInteriorsResintential
May 19 2020

Zaha Hadid Architects reveals interiors of ME Dubai hotel at the Opus

Set in Dubai's Burj Khalifa district, the Opus is a mirrored glass building occupied by a hotel, offices, serviced apartments and several restaurants. Completed externally last year, the ME Dubai at the Opus is the only hotel in the world that can claim to have had both its exterior and interiors designed by the late Zaha Hadid.
May 19 2020

Zaha Hadid Architects reveals interiors of ME Dubai hotel at the Opus

Set in Dubai’s Burj Khalifa district, the Opus is a mirrored glass building occupied by a hotel, offices, serviced apartments and several restaurants. Completed externally last year, the ME Dubai at the Opus is the only hotel in the world that can claim to have had both its exterior and interiors designed by the late Zaha Hadid.

Set in Dubai’s Burj Khalifa district, the Opus is a mirrored glass building occupied by a hotel, offices, serviced apartments and several restaurants. Completed externally last year, the ME Dubai at the Opus is the only hotel in the world that can claim to have had both its exterior and interiors designed by the late Zaha Hadid.

Written By
Christina Paraskeva
ArchitectureDesignDubaiHotelInteriorsZaha Hadid
May 16 2020

Pitsou Kedem articulates N2 house in israel around seven spatial stages

In israel, pitsou kedem architects has completed a residence that features seven ‘states of passage’ that become apparent as one moves through the home. located in herzliya pituah, a beachfront district near the city of tel aviv, the dwelling is defined by these different spaces inhabitants encounter as they make their way from the main gate to the back yard.
May 16 2020

Pitsou Kedem articulates N2 house in israel around seven spatial stages

In israel, pitsou kedem architects has completed a residence that features seven ‘states of passage’ that become apparent as one moves through the home. located in herzliya pituah, a beachfront district near the city of tel aviv, the dwelling is defined by these different spaces inhabitants encounter as they make their way from the main gate to the back yard.

In israel, pitsou kedem architects has completed a residence that features seven ‘states of passage’ that become apparent as one moves through the home. located in herzliya pituah, a beachfront district near the city of tel aviv, the dwelling is defined by these different spaces inhabitants encounter as they make their way from the main gate to the back yard.

Written By
Christina Paraskeva
ArchitectureDesignInteriorsPitsou Kedem

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