Urban Creative Studio is proud to announce we have been shortlisted as part of The Future Homes Competition!
We are excited to launch our new VR syetem in Urban Creative. Using River Fox VR developed by Inspace XR, we are now able to export our 3D models into VR and have a virtual walk-through in our design.
Renovation works for 504 Queensberry Street in North Melbourne is nearing completion. Most of the alteration works are completed and only finishes and fittings yet to be done, we are looking at 6-8 weeks away to wrap this up! First floor dwelling is fitted with new timber flooring and works on ground floor retail is almost complete.
We are mid-way through with the renovation works for 504 Queensberry Street in North Melbourne! This renovation is part of a dual occupancy proposal: fit out existing ground level retail and existing 3 bedrooms dwelling; and a new 3 storey townhouse to the rear. Major structural alteration is completed with new timber stairs in place.
We have been having a great time working away on a new range of lighting that is now available to order from Etsy. Initially emerging as a way to improve the lighting in our own studio, the Lumen 01 series is a ribbed plywood luminaire with sleek lines and short-radius turns. Designed to filter light, the warm timber tones of the plywood are harnessed as indirect light washes down the flanks of the ribs.
Greg has recently Graduated after completing his PHD thesis titled "Parametric Urbanism in Practice: Investigating new approaches based on analytically driven methods". The thesis explores how digital design thinking can more positively contribute to the quality of design outcomes than the analogue methods currently employed in practice.
Urban Creative was engaged by the client to produce a set of images that captured the spirit of their new Net Zero development. This project has been visually represented by Urban Creative based on the designs of Kerstin Thompson Architects.
We have been running a series of design studios, which attempt to challenge and engage with the future of Australian cities. As part of this, we recently co-ran a masters design studio at Melbourne University together with the very wonderful and talented Angelica Rojas and Dominique Hes.
We are truly excited to announce the launch of the Urban Creative website on the back of our recent studio launch party. We invite you to have a look around the site and pop back every now and then as we are always adding content and articles on our journal page.