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WOHA's Kampung Admiralty - 2018 Building of the Year

I was fortunate to take a quick trip to Singapore earlier this year and more fortunate still to sneak away for a few hours to shoot WOHA Architect’s Kampung Admiralty - named 2018 World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival. And rightly so. The building is mixed-use, combining social housing with commercial and retail spaces (food, medical etc) and includes a remarkable, terraced green roof. The stacked terraces include a kids playground, an outdoor gym, peaceful gathering places and a community farm, together providing a community park for residents and visitors. I barely scratched the surface in the few hours I spent there but impressed I was. Hot, but impressed.

 
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
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Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer Melbourne
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer Melbourne
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Melbourne Architectural Photographer
 

Von Haus Design in Kew

I had the pleasure of shooting some gorgeous bathrooms for Fiona Parry-Jones of Von Haus Design at her ongoing Kew project. I am always inspired by Fi's use of colour and pattern and this was no exception. Beautiful styling by Petrina Turner was the perfect finishing touch.

 
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
 
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photography
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photography
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photography
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photography
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural and Interiors Photography

F3 Studio - Form, Function, Fuzzy Feeling

Before I move fully in to 2018, I thought I'd share one last project from the final weeks of 2017. This one a moody, warm and inviting home studio, and the new digs of Mr. James Woodfood of F3 Studio. Um, how about those soft grey curtains for a start?

 
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Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer interiors photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello architectural photographer interiors photographer
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Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer interiors photographer
 

Wandering, searching.

Whenever I'm about to start a new body of work I like to ditch the tripod and wander. See Melbourne town through fresh eyes. Sometimes I'm looking for something in particular, sometimes nothing. I never take my car but I often find myself in a carpark. There's something in that. Don't know what. Yet. Here's a fairly incohesive sample.

 
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Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
Architectural and interiors photographer Melbourne
 

Peter MacCallum Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Hospital

I was privileged and honoured to have had an opportunity to shoot inside the Peter MacCallum Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Hospital by McBride Charles Ryan, DesignInc and SilverThomasHanley. This monolithic, organically shaped building sits poetically amongst the English Elm trees at the gateway to Parkville’s medical precinct. Inside the impressive Guggenheim esq, natural light-filled, white atrium is beautifully punctuated with colour, patterns and textures providing endless angles and opportunities for architectural and interiors photography. Here are a few highlights.

 
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
Elizabeth Schiavello Architectural Photographer
 

Ville Radieuse and beyond in Melbourne

I recently came across Ville Radieuse (The Radiant City), an unrealised urban master plan by Le Corbusier, from 1924. His orderly, modernist vision for our future was standardised, symmetrical,  included effective transportation, and was balanced with natural elements throughout.

The influence of this proposed urban plan can be seen throughout Melbourne, which is rich in modernist architecture. The balance with the natural element is not so evident, which led me to explore the post modern as well - in hope.

 
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Elizabeth Schiavello copyright 2017
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Elizabeth Schiavello copyright 2017
Elizabeth Schiavello copyright 2017
Elizabeth Schiavello copyright 2017
Elizabeth Schiavello copyright 2017