Entries Tagged as 'architecture'

The Opera House

posted on: 27.10.2013

These photos are to celebrate the 40th anniversary of master architect Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House. I took these photos in late 2011 when I visited the Opera House for the first time. And what a beauty she is!

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| photos by Chloë Antonio |

guest post on pages from my moleskine | Aēsop: Attention to Design

posted on: 18.10.2013

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Today I have contributed a guest post for pages from my moleskine. The post explores two of Melbourne’s notorious Aēsop stores; Greville Street by March Studio and Collins Street by Kerstin Thompson Architects.

Aēsop represents design at every level, from the typography and packaging, to the unique retail experience. The stores are each unique, yet unified in their ability to reflect the brand. While often working with architects several times, the stores never end up conforming to a single idea – each responds to the place in which it is located.

To read more visit pages from my moleskine.

Thank you for having me Ella!

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| sketch and photos by Chloë Antonio |

the first one

posted on: 17.10.2013

Welcome!
After a long time planning, thinking and sketching out ideas I am finally writing my first post!
I plan to share with you my exploration of architecture and design. I have missed the learning and research component of architecture since completing my masters and hopefully this blog will continue to challenge me to explore, draw and analyse all things architecture.

I hope you will come back and visit to see this space develop and evolve.