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Gidgegannup House, Perth

Contemporary Residence in Western Australia design by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects

2 Sep 2009

Design: Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects

Location: Perth, Western Australia

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Photographs: Patrick Bingham-Hall

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Location: Perth, Western Australia

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iredale pedersen hook is a progressive architecture practice with studios in Perth and Melbourne and a rapidly expanding diverse body of work throughout Australia. From the wine region of Victoria’s Yarra Valley, to the desert of the North Kimberly region, through suburban Perth and the rural edge of Melbourne to remote Christmas Island, the projects are as individual and eclectic as the landscape they occupy.

Each piece of architecture seeks to embody a unique design response of innovation and delight. The works can be gathered in relation to their geographical location demonstrating an embrace of their context and closer examination reveals a collection of thematic concerns that evolve and develop.

This Australian architectural studio is dedicated to the pursuit of appropriate design of effective sustainable buildings with a responsible environmental and social agenda.
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Paloma House Eagle Bay Western Australia
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North Perth House building construction
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Buchan Point Residence Palm Cove Queensland
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Buchan Point Residence, Palm Cove Queensland
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Studio Feels Clontarf NSW
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Studio Feels, Clontarf, NSW
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