Medhurst House Medhurst House comprises a simple steel framed glass box cantilevering over the landscape to maximise views of the vineyard. Defined by black concrete walls, the lower level contains entry, car-parking, wine cellar, tasting room, study and guest bedrooms. The upper level – conceptually a single space – contains master bedroom, living, dining, kitchen and second bedroom.
The Geoff Handbury Science + Technology Hub, Melbourne Grammar School Denton Corker Marshall was appointed by Melbourne Grammar School to undertake full architectural and interior design services for the School’s new Science + Technology Hub. The School’s brief was to create a unique science and technology hub – the first of its kind in Australia. Our extensive involvement in ground-breaking medical research centres including Walter + Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research and Hunter Medical Research Institute has enabled us to achieve an exemplar in collaborative teaching laboratories and design technology learning spaces.
Sunshine 100, Beijing
363 George Street
Museum of Sydney A museum dedicated to the early European settlement of Sydney, located on the site of the First Government House in Australia. The museum, defined by two large sandstone walls, is a three-storey building along the southern boundary of First Government House Place, partly within the footprint of Governor Phillip Tower.
Post ’45 Conflicts Gallery, Australian War Memorial
Founded in 1972, Denton Corker Marshall produces innovative and memorable architecture and urban design. An interest in experimenting with form, materiality and the way architecture is made contributes to the distinctive architectural language for which the practice is critically acclaimed. Operating worldwide from offices in Melbourne, Sydney, London, Manchester and Jakarta, the practice is a significant contributor to the global architectural scene.