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Steve Domoney Architecture

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Steve Domoney Architecture
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Steve Domoney Architecture Pty Ltd
ABN 12 345 678 900

130 Kerr Street Fitzroy
Victoria 3065 Australia

Telephone +613 9419 0773
Facsimile + 613 9419 0774
Email:; info@domoneyarchitecture.com

http://domoneyarchitecture.com/

Established in 1996 and based in Melbourne Australia, Steve Domoney Architecture continues to build on an ever growing diverse body of work, and expanding client base. Projects range from small residential renovations to new homes, medium density housing, commercial/retail and resort master planning. Embodying the latest technological developments and environmental responsive design, the completed body of works represent a collective passion and drive to produce buildings and settings that positively reflect and celebrate our time.

With a skill base covering the key areas of design, documentation, and project administration, offering a range of services extending through architecture, interior design, landscape structure and furniture design. The practice comprises a group of highly motivated and enthusiastic design orientated individuals, committed to producing creative work of the highest standard, meeting client requirements within budgetary expectations.

Projects Steve Domoney Architecture

Hope Street Geelong West
Steve Domoney Architecture

This unusually wide site of generous proportions accommodating only a modest single level weatherboard period cottage, afforded the opportunity to develop the site to best suit the needs of a growing family. In retaining the existing cottage, due respect has been paid to the rhythm of existing heritage cottages along the streetscape. Historic threads are made evident and are read from the street with the new contemporary portions of the house, now in conversation with the old. The new is clearly defined against the existing through the application of tonal contrast. The old is treated in monotonic white, whilst the new presents itself in a relieving charcoal toning behind. This charcoal undertone extends throughout the interior of the new work providing a canvas, to which lively primary colours are applied throughout. These played out in both the fixed joinery elements and loose furniture selections of interior designer Andrew Parr. Now fused, the existing and new portions of the house provide very different opportunities for use, the existing smaller rooms of the cottage serve appropriately to accommodate the bedroom and utility spaces of the house, whilst the new; over a two level rise; provide a more open flowing arrangement of space, visually interconnected and conducive to the needs of a contemporary young family. The integration of the garden spaces and pool with the house is achieved through a transitional outdoor covered area, extending through both levels and punctuated by an enclosing vertical timber battened screen, this offering protection from the elements for outdoor activity and a filter to sunlight entering the interior. The completed home offers robust family accommodation without compromising the qualities necessary to provide a stimulating space for daily life.

Bungalow Court Brighton
Steve Domoney Architecture

Set in a quiet leafy cul-de-sac in the bay side suburb of Brighton, the first glimpse captured of our Bungalow Court project is of the kite-like roof canopy sailing aloft a solid upper level ‘hull’. It hovers seemingly unsupported, with only the presence of a narrow band of horizontal glazing beneath to suggest a connection to the solid form below. The intentionally whimsical form the roof assumes, signals the design response reinforced throughout this free flowing family home. We aimed to engender an air of relaxed sophistication, a calm welcoming place that would stimulate the senses and instil a sense of wellbeing.