CplusC has just purchased a property in Surry Hills, to be developed into sustainable commercial offices. The now-vacant and gutted former restaurant at 466 Cleveland Street will undergo a full renovation to create an amazing sustainable commercial office space that can be shared by sustainable, socially progressive tenants.
CplusC on Better Homes and Gardens
Didn't get a chance to catch CplusC featured on Channel 7's Better Homes and Gardens? We've compiled all our segments from the episode into one video for you, check it out below.
Grain Studio Ceramic's second batch of Welcome to the Jungle House homewares
After the much loved first batch of hand-spun dinnerwares, Grain Studio has delivered a beautiful set of custom architecturally inspired ceramic mugs and cups. Influenced by architectural themes from Welcome to the Jungle House, the ceramics take on the character of the home. See more beautiful photos on their Instagram page here.
ZZ Top House Nearing Completion
Our site team is working hard to put the finishing touches on our ZZ Top House in McMahon's Point. With the joinery installation wrapping up, the handover to clients is well within reach. See below for some recent site photos, including the custom zig-zag marble & recycled hardwood timber kitchen island and outdoor living space.
Guest Judges for Student Architecture Competition
Director Clinton Cole, Design Manager Ryan Ng and Project Designer Hayden Co'Burn recently helped judge a student architecture competition for a Quarantine Shelter run by the Sydney University Designers Association (SUDA). Students from Sydney University, UNSW and UTS designed innovative and crazy shelters that could protect someone during a 2 week quarantine. A fun way to spend the Friday afternoon, congratulations to all students that entered!
In other news
Oye Mi Canto House featured on The Design Files
The Design Files have featured our Oye Mi Canto House & its lovely lush garden from Bell Landscapes. Have a read here.
Clinton Cole speaking for EmAGN NSW on Sustainable Design Principles
Director Clinton Cole recently participated in the Sustainability Series of online-based talks for the NSW branch of Emerging Architecture Graduates Network (EmAGN), sharing lessons learned from our Welcome to the Jungle House and Aqua Perma Solar Firma projects.
Shortlisted for CN International Project of the Year
Welcome to the Jungle House has been shortlisted for Construction News Awards' 2020 International Project of the Year!
Featured in this recent article by Houzz Australia, our Aqua Perma Solar Firma project is used as one of the examples in which residential architecture is addressing sustainable living principles from around the world.