The Mingo Residence is designed by Architecture Building Culture and takes its cue from the landscape. It is a single story house that climbs the sloping property in four large steps.
Cha Le Teahouse provides a modernist interpretation of the traditional Chinese tea ritual. The space is defined by a minimalist character that relies on an interplay of geometry and material uniformity. A meticulously coordinated plywood matrix motif replicated throughout the space creates a sense of rhythm, depth and shadow.
Design: Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture. The abstracted shape of the corten, in conjunction with strategic boulder placement along the foreshore played an integral role in dissipating wave energy and ultimately, facilitating the deposition of sand to enhance foreshore and create habitat for flora and fauna.