Atelier Wagner is a design based architectural studio in Melbourne with a philosophy founded upon a desire to create innovative and exciting spaces which positively contribute to the environment. A close working relationship with both clients and builders and a disciplined approach to budget, functional programme and sustainability underpins the practice
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Life Centre, Syndal Baptist Church
Glen Waverley, 2009
A two storey glazed lobby and cafe, protected by sun control louvres, runs the length of the site opening the centre to the wider community and providing access to a 600 person auditorium, large activity centre, meeting rooms, offices, playgroup facilities, playground and external terrace. The auditorium looks out over a treed valley and has been designed to accommodate both worship and fellowship activities through its flexible plan, flat floor and dividing operable walls.
North Fitzroy Studio
North Fitzroy, 2005
An introspective assemblage of interconnected cubic white spaces, with wide blackbutt floor boards, bubinga veneered joinery and quartzite tiling form this spacious extension to an inner city terrace house. A 5 metre high transluscent glazed cuboid, accommodating a lineal array of kitchen, laundry and powder room, plugs onto one side of the house serving the adjacent spaces. A first floor bedroom, reached by bridge, cantilevers over folding doors connecting the living spaces to the paved rear courtyard.
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
East Melbourne, 2015
Work has been undertaken on many aspects of the hospital infrastructure, reasearch areas, laboratories, patient and staff spaces including the completion of a number of distinct built projects: Operating Theatre, Genomics Facility, Research laboratories, Pathology laboratories, MRI Support Facility, PET Hot Cell alterations, Cytotoxic Robot installation, Occupational Therapy Support, Substation, Research offices, DHMO offices, Pathology offices alterations.