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LYMINGTON RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
Concept design - June 2015
DA - August 2015
Construction September 2015- 2016

 

 

ROSEVEARS RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
(Concept design - July 2012)
(DA by end of 2012)
(Stage 1-Construction 2013-2014)
(Stage 2-Construction 2016-2018)

SANDY BAY RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
(DA Approved - January 2012)
(Construction 2012-2013)

This new medium density residential development reuses an existing residential house site close to the University campus.
The design utilises the refurbishment of an existing dwelling extending the embodied energy of the existing solid brick house built in 1920's, and introduces two smaller houses at the rear.

Premaydena, Tasmania Crabtree Residence, Tasmania Huon Residence, Tasmania How  do we live more simply without a major impact on earths resources

PREMAYDENA RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
(Construction 2011-2013)

The Premaydena house sits on a low podium on a largely wooded site. Lightness, simple modular proportions, screening and layering - inspires the house. To address the issue of cold, salty wind, the house is 'a box within a box'; to address the clients' request for two bedrooms and ensuites, separated from the living area, the house is 'a box beside a box'.

The house is highly visible due to its external orange metal panels, matched to the lichen ubiquitous to local beaches. The panels slide open to reveal a two-stage, private core. First, they enclose a verandah, which excludes summer sun, wind and salt moisture.

CRABTREE RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
(DA 2011) (Construction 2011-2013)

Atop a valley, on a former apple farm, sits a long silver box. The position affords glorious views down the long valley, but is exposed to wind all year. Yet, the southerly wind flows over the curved, galvanized metal roof without turbulence; large, thermally broken double glazed windows provide framed views and; six tall Corten blades shelter the northern face, provide privacy from the road above and microclimatally foster small gardens.

HUON RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
(2009)

"How do we live more simply without a major impact on earths resources"

Misho

CEDAR APARTMENTS, ADELAIDE (2007-2010) The attention to detail by Misho and the builder was extraordinary and the building redesign and apartment design far exceeded my expectation BALGOWLAH RESIDENCE, NSW 2007 Our new home is called Saturday because we wanted the feeling that when we are home  its like Saturday everyday, and Misho achieved that, we never want to leave home ROSE BAY  RESIDENCE, NSW (2006) We  never want to move from here, we love the house and the artist way the spaces  have been created for the family and our art work and possessions

CEDAR APARTMENTS, ADELAIDE
(2007-2010)

"The attention to detail by Misho and the builder was extraordinary and the building redesign and apartment design far exceeded my expectation."

Mr Peter Harris

BALGOWLAH RESIDENCE, NSW
(2007)

"Our new home is called Saturday because we wanted the feeling that when we are home its like Saturday everyday, and Misho achieved that, we never want to leave home."

David Burn and Tania Soghomonian

ROSE BAY RESIDENCE, NSW
(2006)

“We never want to move from here, we love the house and the artist way the spaces have been created for the family and our art work and possessions."

Client

Bronte Residence

 

Walsh Bay Residence, NSW (2004) Natural materials are not perfect; their beauty is in their rawness

 

Mosman Residence

BRONTE RESIDENCE, NSW
(2005)

WALSH BAY APARTMENT, NSW
(2004)

"Natural materials are not perfect; their beauty is in their rawness."

Misho
(From article Belle 2005)

 

MOSMAN RESIDENCE, NSW
(2002)

"Misho, you're an amazing architect. The house far exceeds my expectations."

Client

CoalCliff Beach House

NORTHBRIDGE RESIDENCE

Cremorne Residence, NSW 1998 The space is amazing. This is such a deceptively simple box from the outside but totally awesome inside, and even more amazing is that the value far exceeds the spend

COALCLIFF BEACH HOUSE, NSW
(2001)

"While almost any good architect can create a pleasing result given sufficient funds, my experience with Misho is that he uses his understanding of interior and exterior design to come up with beautiful as well as effective solutions which still manage to look as good as if a significant amount of money has been spent."

Client

NORTHBRIDGE RESIDENCE, NSW
(1999)

"We could not believe the sun penetration in winter over three levels considering we where waterfront on the south side of the ridge. Misho really understood the sun and it relationship to the site"

Client

CREMORNE RESIDENCE, NSW
(1998)

“The space is amazing. This is such a deceptively simple box from the outside but totally awesome inside, and even more amazing is that the value far exceeds the spend."

Client

 

Bondi Apartment, NSW Misho's own apartment
Mt Tambourine Residence, QLD 1989 We were looking for a house that reflected the environment and used all the alternative energy sources, such as solar, and rain water tanks supplied off the roof. The construction had to be simple and mechanical because of the steep site and easy to erect. This was all achieved UNLEY APARTMENTS, ADELAIDE. DA Approved - August 2011. A proposed new apartment  development for an inner city suburb of Adelaide that deals with green issues  and medium density living in an environment that is becoming hot each year with  longer period over 30 degrees

BONDI APARTMENT, NSW
(1993)

Misho's own apartment.

MT TAMBORINE RESIDENCE, QLD
(1989)

"We were looking for a house that reflected the environment and used all the alternative energy sources, such as solar, and rain water tanks supplied off the roof. The construction had to be simple and mechanical because of the steep site and easy to erect. This was all achieved."

Client

UNLEY APARTMENTS, ADELAIDE
(Project on hold - not proceeding)
(DA approved 2011)

A proposed new apartment development for an inner city suburb of Adelaide that deals with green issues and medium density living in an environment that is becoming hot each year with longer period over 30 degrees.

Bruny Island    

BRUNY ISLAND RESIDENCE, TASMANIA
Concept design - January 2015
DA - May 2015
Construction 2016