ddc group – architecture and urban planning
The name ‘ddc’ references the collective knowledge and expertise found within the ddc group for every aspect of the planning, design and building construction process. ddc group offers acumen, enthusiasm and experience in the design, documentation and construction stages of all types buildings ‘ thus ddc. The ddc practice philosophy is underpinned by respect for site, context and regulation; an implicit understanding of commercial and construction processes, and a passion for the integration of our client’s vision and desired outcomes into a built reality.
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Walsh – Wykes House
Maroubra, NSW, Australia, 2009
Floor Area: 226 sq.m per residence – 452 sq.m total Featured: TREND Magazine The Walsh Wykes House is a celebration of the beachfront manifested in two adjacent apartments that react with the environment around them. A central courtyard encourages sunlight and ventilation into the two adjacent properties, as passive heating and cooling eliminates the need for air conditioning all year-round. The interior environments of each apartment reflect the differing needs and desires of the clients; and a shared terrace on the rooftop provides space to enjoy the beach view and breezes.
Western Australia, 2013
Total Floor Area: 3800m² Ddc architects were commissioned in 2009 by Youth with a Mission (Ywam) Perth for the design and construction documentation of the adaptive reuse of an existing industrial warehouse into a four storey mixed use development comprising auditorium, 300 seat dining hall, commercial kitchen, administrative office for sixty staff, executive offices, training rooms, six staff accommodation apartments and three guest accommodation suites. YWAM Perth is part of the Youth with A Mission (Ywam) International organization and provides interdenominational ministry and field-focused training with a primary focus on youth and cities.
Alexandria, NSW, 2012
Ddc architects have been responsible for the design and documentation of a number of projects for Enterprise Industrial Estates (EIE) across Sydney including Alexandria and Botany Enterprise Industrial Estate at 51 Bourke Road Alexandria comprises 5 high clearance showroom units with mezzanine and direct frontage to Bourke Road, 16 high bay industrial units with mezzanine air-conditioned offices to the first floor area and 100 secure strata storage units for business or domestic use. Enterprise Industrial Estate has brought to the market a new way of approaching the development of industrial units and storage properties. The buildings are visually appealing while offering a practical work environment. The building design has been shown to facilitate community amongst the businesses located within the estates.