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The original parquetry flooring that had previously been recycled from a ballroom served as the main source of inspiration for this super villa kitchen. The finish was left intentionally rough and original to express the embodied memory of the material. A pure and simple space cleverly achieved with ample storage behind walls and concealed panels. The design process was extensive with design in...

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Home Beautiful February 2019 “Bathrooms: Room with a View” by Ellie Griffiths pp 173-177 “Have as much of your bathroom open to the garden as possible,” says Taras of Wolf Architects. “The whole idea is that you are outside in nature, having a shower under a waterfall.

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What do architects have to sell? For hundreds of years architects have been admired professionals held in relatively high esteem. Whilst architecture is a wondrous profession, the business of being an architect has become a minefield of difficulty and obstacles. Architects generally do not become “Rich”, which seems disappointing when you consider the long education process and the amount of work...

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Light and Shade. Light is one of the foundations upon which good architecture is built. When we design a building we focus on its orientation to the natural light, be it from the morning or afternoon sun. The direction of the light and the seasonal changes of light availability play an important role in designing a beautiful, well integrated, home or work place. Lighting design within the home is...

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When Centred, we feel Balance. A holistic approach to living centres around the idea of achieving balance in our personal, professional, health and family life. With information at our fingertips, communication at the touch of a button and the tight circle in which we act out our daily lives, the art of Balance is a highly sought after skill. The well balanced person exudes a sense of calm that...

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East Meets West. Collectively the WOLF team has produced projects across most of the seven continents, but it is our Asian connection that gives a unique design edge to our work in Australia. The east meets west design influence can be seen in many of our residential developments, where our clients have approached us and expressed a desire for it. As the Australian population grows ever more...

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Positive Media Attention.In the early days of our inception, this small snippet of attention in a newspaper came about simply due to the positive impact of WOLF homes on a suburban street. A WOLF home will state its place with certainty and reassurance, by providing its owners with privacy and an abundance of natural daylight. WOLF homes have made statements on each street that they sit on...

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New Ribbons for our Chinese Guardian Lions. The Chinese year of the pig has begun, so it is time for us to tie new red ribbons around our guardian lions. Our newest team member Jackie rose to the task, beautifully tying shiny new ribbons around their necks. As part of the east meets west theme of wolf house, guardian lions are placed at our entrance as protection from negative energy.

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A bronze master. Does this statue look like someone that you know? We think that this statue bears a striking resemblance to our favourite senior architect Joe Zly. With an ever present smile and welcoming open arms, this bronze representation appears to be a permanent monument to the man who has dedicated his life to creating great architecture. Located in Brunswick street Fitzroy...

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Units, Town Houses, Apartments. With Melbourne set to become Australia’s largest city in both size and population the shift towards higher density living naturally follows. While higher density living is common throughout the world, Melbourne has had a tradition of single homes on large blocks in the suburbs. Recently, the rate of population growth and the high value of properties close to well...

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