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23 minutes | Dec 1, 2019
Ep. 8: Peter Walker on adaptive reuse and working on projects in wild and remote locations
Peter is a co-founder of Cumulus Studio and has extensive experience in the adaptive re-use of existing buildings and working with sensitive heritage sites. He has worked on high profile projects such as Stillwater Seven, Pumphouse Point and Saffire. Peter has been awarded on the national and international stage and was the inaugural winner of the RAIA/Dulux Study Tour for Emerging Architects in 2008.
34 minutes | Oct 7, 2018
Ep. 7: Robert Morris-Nunn on floating hotels and the role of the French in the history of Tasmania.
Robert Morris-Nunn is director of Circa Morris-Nunn and one of Tasmania’s most respected architects. He was the architect of Saffire Resort, MACq01 and the Henry Jones Art Hotel and in this podcast discusses his latest work in the field of floating hotels.
24 minutes | Aug 12, 2018
Ep. 6: Peta Heffernan on collaboration, Tasmanian architecture and running an international design practice.
Peta Heffernan is a co-founding Director of Liminal Studio, a Hobart-based design practice working on projects related to tourism, cultural, residential, health and education facilities. Here she discusses a recent project, the Coastal Pavilions at Freycinet as well as how her unique practice works.
23 minutes | Feb 14, 2018
Ep. 5: Jeffrey Klein on TFE Hotels, reno vs new build and navigating historic rejuvenations.
As design director at TFE Hotels, Jeffrey Klein is leading his team through a huge growth period in Australia and beyond. His work extends across a range of hotel brands from budget friendly to luxury.
31 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
Ep. 4: Hayley Baillie on Baillie Lodges, Tourism Australia and the beauty of Indigenous art
Hayley Baillie and her husband James are co-founders of Baillie Lodges, a group of luxury Australian lodges in places of natural significance. Hayley is a champion of indigenous art and culture, as well a being a valued board member with Tourism Australia.
29 minutes | Oct 9, 2017
Ep. 3: Rachel Luchetti on F&B design in hotels, residentialisation and the dangers of Pinterest
One half of Sydney's foremost hospitality focused interior design firms Luchetti Krelle, Rachel Luchetti discusses where food and beverage in hotels is at, why Pinterest can be a danger to designers, and talks about a few recent projects such as Mode Kitchen and Bar at Four Seasons Sydney and the Byron at Byron.
23 minutes | Sep 13, 2017
Ep. 2: Amanda Pike on remote hotels, Tasmania and architectural storytelling
Principal of Sydney design firm, Pike Withers, Amanda Pike counts some of Australia's best, and most remote, retreats and hotels as her clients. Here she unpacks some of her hotel projects, including the most recent opening of MACq 01, Australia's first storytelling hotel in Hobart.
18 minutes | Sep 5, 2017
Ep. 1: David Caon on Qantas, creativity and business
The man of the moment for Qantas, Australian industrial designer David Caon discusses his recent collaboration with Noritake to create new tableware for the upcoming 787 Dreamliner aircraft release. David shares his experience working with Marc Newson, news on other upcoming releases with Qantas and discusses how he blends creativity and business.
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