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Architects EAT
Level 2 118 Langridge Street COLLINGWOOD VIC 3066 Australia

Established in 2000, Architects EAT is a design-based practice with over 40 years of collective experience. We have completed a body of work across Australia and Asia that demonstrates both creative and functional approaches to projects. We are driven by a consistent philosophical approach, not a predetermined style, as a result the buildings are intimately connected to the function & the context.

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LINI Apartments

Melbourne, 2010

Designed as an integral part of the site context, many influences of this 106 units building are expressed throughout the facades, making the building relate back to the streetscape surrounds. Featuring full external shading screens to all apartments and 5 star energy efficiency, the building also incorporates two spacious, full height light wells large communal area that overlooks Elizabeth Street to emphasize the connection between occupant and onlooker.

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SMNE Cyberzone Shopping Centre

Manila, The Philippines, 2009

Located in the North Edsa, Manila, The Philippines, SMNE Cyberzone Shopping Centre is one of many shopping centre projects that we undertake in overseas.

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Elm & Willow House

Canterbury, 2009

Our intention was to create an ‘Inside is outside is inside’ environment, where inside and outside spaces were interchangeable elements. The two mature Elm and Willow became the constraints to the project. They informed the arrangement of our new addition, and the structure is suspended over the ground to avoid damaging the critical root zones of the two trees. The concrete floor and roof slabs are meticulously detailed to appear and feel light, floaty and airy.

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