Cloud Architecture Studio
Cloud Architecture is a new, architectural practice in Melbourne headed by Brendan Jones, former director of Antarctica. Brendan has over 20 years experience and is an award winning architect who loves architecture and its related disciplines. During his career, Brendan has worked across many scales ad disciplines from modest extensions to private homes to large, complex health projects, and everything in between. Clients have included state, local and commonwealth governments across Australia. Through this experience, Brendan has developed unique experience in delivering complex projects and specialisation in the design of health care facilities, large and small.
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Kyabram, Victoria , 2014
The Kyabram District Hospital is the primary health facility servicing the town of Kyabram and surrounding areas in the Goulburn River Area in Victoria, Australia. In addition to providing a broad suite of health services, it is a building of considerable civic importance. The Kyabram Hospital project forms the renewal of a key section of the hospital and provided an exciting platform to create a sense of place and building that supports the delivery of efficient, cutting edge health care and a positive experience for staff, patients and visitors.
Hobart, Tasmania, 2009
This exhilarating project was a collaboration between David Walsh, owner of MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), and architect Nonda Katsalidis. The brief: boutique accommodation on the Derwent River, adjacent to MONA, to meet the expectations of high-end travellers. Finding design inspiration for a project where there were few boundaries was both exciting and challenging. Result: four stand-alone pavilions and an indoor lap pool on 3.5 hectares of private peninsula. Each pavilion is built for indulgence, seclusion and escape. Each features kitchen, one or two bedrooms, spa and cellar.
Monbulk, Victoria , 2009
Before working with sustainability entrepreneur Joost Bakker on Greenhouse, we’d worked with him on this project in Monbulk, Victoria. Joost wanted to create a strawbale home through a unique construction system, clad with a vertical garden featuring over 10,000 pot plants. Our role was to guide the spatial planning, to facilitate the project through council, and to finesse the systems, design and constructions ‘ to bring the idea to life.