Room11 & BMW

Room11’s Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park forms the backdrop for the promotion of the new 7 Series BMW “Precision and poetry: the design of the new BMW 7 Series”     High res capture

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Lookout House – DWELL magazine

As thrilling as travel may be, there’s nothing like returning to the familiar, private comfort of one’s own home. But what if you could enjoy the beauty of an exotic locale without ever leaving your living room? One aging husband and wife in Port Arthur, Tasmania, hold that rare privilege. Their recently constructed home, designed by Room 11 Architects, commands jaw-dropping …

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Blackburn show room – The Age

Whitehorse Road, Blackburn, is not only a busy thoroughfare, but also a strip burgeoning with signage. Literally each building is beckoning for attention, with advertisements competing for drivers’ attention. So when it came to developing a prominent corner site, the architects, Room 11, together with developers Zero Nine, took a different approach. Read the full article by Stephen Crafti here :  …

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Radio National – By Design

By Design’s Janne Ryan explores the recently opened GASP Stage 2 pavilion – including an interview with Architect Thomas Bailey and Project CEO Pippa Dickson. Listen here!

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domus – Best of #pavilions

“With the approach of the Venice Biennale and of Milan Expo 2015 the theme of the pavilion returns topical. Many architectural types fall into this category: from educational space to architectural folly, from bar to belvedere. Among the best known in the world there is the temporary Pavilion outside the entrance to the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens. Designed by …

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dwell – Our first US cover

GASP features on the cover of the May issue of American architecture journal dwell “This week we journey to Tasmania, where we show you Australian firm Room11’s viewing platform that ‘manipulates human perception.’”

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Room11 on cover of Architecture Australia

Review : Aaron Peters, Paul Owen “In Room11’s contribution to the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania, saturated hues and formal restraint orchestrate dramatic views of the surrounding landscape.”

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Room11 Profile – HOUSES : 96

Room11 profiled in HOUSES issue 96 with five projects featured.

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Lookout House – Green Magazine

Lookout House featured in this month’s Green Magazine

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fantástico!! DOMUS

GASP! Stage Two, designed by Room 11, is the penultimate gesture of the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park. Colour and architecture have been used as a vehicle for re-evaluation and re-appreciation of place, creating unity between the bay and the experience.   See it online here

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Room11 on DEZEEN

GASP! appears on one of our favourite design blogs – DEZEEN – view here

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Room11 / GASP – Amongst best new Architectural tourist locations – The Age

Build it and they will come. Or will they? Belinda Jackson rounds up the best newcomers on the architecture scene. “Could you visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower? Or miss the Blue Mosque when in Istanbul? The Tower Bridge is a London essential and Cairo’s pyramids are possibly the oldest tourist site on the map. But tell friends you’re …

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Room11 – DOMUS

Gasp Stage 1 featured in Domus – read the article

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Room11 – Rock the Shack

The Architecture of Cabins, Cocoons and Hide-Outs From weekend homes to get-away cabins, this architecture embodies our longing for relaxing in nature. Rock the Shack takes us to the places we long for. For the first time in the history of humankind, more people live in cities than in the country. Yet, at the same time, more and more city dwellers …

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Assemble papers

In this age of status updates and video calls, we relished the opportunity to contemplate – and stand within – the architecture of Room11. Eugenia & filmmaker Jon Mark Oldmeadow traveled to Hobart to meet with Aaron Roberts & Thomas Bailey, co-founders of a practice built upon the mission to create spaces with a social, ecological and environmental conscience. Read …

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Assemble Papers – LBH

“Like most mainlanders we know, we’re in love with Tasmania. Here, we take a look at one of the objects of our Apple Isle affection, ‘Little Big House’, designed by can-do architect couple Thomas Bailey and Megan Baynes of Hobart/Melbourne studio Room11. This small footprint, timber-clad home is an elegant take on a log cabin in the woods – one …

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Green Magazine – Highway House

Highway House features in Green Magazine www.greenmagazine.com.au

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Wood Architecture Now! Vol. 1

Nature’s greatest resource Modern wood architecture from Tierra del Fuego to North Cape. Wood is renewable and sustainable, solid and attractive. Wood can be bent and shaped to the most modern of designs. It is the material of the moment for contemporary architecture and this new volume allows readers to get a glimpse of the most exciting and dynamic new uses of …

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Encyclopedia of Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture

Laurence King ‘Kingston House‘, features in this comprehensive reference work which contains scale drawings of every type of detailing used in contemporary residential architecture. Each section contains at least 50 drawings drawn to a set range of scales: 1:5, 1:10 or 1:50,  with detailed keys explaining construction and material. Each drawing is cross-referenced to other details from the same house. …

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Utopia Forever – gestalten

Visions of Architecture and Urbanism An inspirational exploration of utopias and radical approaches to city planning.Whether created by established architects and artists or new talents, the examples in Utopia Forever are important catalysts for fundamental change and are radically shaping our notions of life in the future. The current projects and concepts from architecture, city planning, urbanism, and art collected here point …

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