EE’KOS ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLACES PTY LTD

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EE’KOS ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLACES PTY LTD
36 Ardross Crescent COOLBINIA WA 6050 Australia

ee’kos Architecture & Urban Places is a practice built on authentic engagement with it’s clients in order to deliver sustainable architecture and vibrant places. By engaging in a collaborative way with our clients, stakeholders and consultants, we are able to develop a project benefiting from the collective skills, experience and knowledge of all parties. Our aim in promoting this process is to create beautiful, rational and sustainable architecture and places.

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Residential Extension

Coolbinia, Western Australia, 2012

The internal planning for this refurbishment looks to shift the existing kitchen to a new open living space facing the garden to the rear of the house. The space left-over will be enclosed in a timber-lined joinery piece which contains the pantry and laundry and has direct access to the new kitchen. We are also looking to incorporate a powder room or ensuite by renovating one of the existing internal, land-locked rooms. Dark brown indicates existing building to be retained, and we are working with the existing window locations and existing structure as much as possible. The new spaces contained in the white box in the above image are: New bathroom (1) and new powder room (2) accessed off the existing passage (running along the bottom of the image). A new pantry / laundry (3) is located adjacent to the new kitchen, and this leads onto the new linen room (4), which can also be directly accessed off the new circulation spine. For more details on this project, and updates on it’s development, please click here: http://eekos.com.au/tag/residential-refurbishment/

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Co-Office Fitout

Bayswater, Western Australia, 2013

The owners of this warehouse in Bayswater WA have engaged ee’kos to carry out a feasibility & concept study for fit out options for their property. They are looking to also investigate the potential of creating Bayswater’s first co-office workplace & workshops. This project presents an opportunity to re-think traditional organisational boundaries and approaches to tenancy strategies and workplace design, and we will use this as the new marketing strategy for the building. We propose that instead of aiming for a ‘product centric’ property, one that focuses fitting into a traditional typology, that we strive to align the interests of the owners and potential tenants, and create a new form of efficient, productive and resilient workplace that generates value for it’s tenants, and value for the community. We will do this by creating a new healthy and desirable working ‘lifestyle’. 1. Existing toilets 2. & 3. Existing Kitchen and Office to be re-used. 4. Entry to Warehouse / Workshop space. 5. New kitchen and stationary station. 6. Informal meeting. 7. Office. 8. Quiet Rooms 1 & 2 9. Formal meeting room or partitioned galley-format office. For more on this project, and for progress updates, please click here: http://eekos.com.au/tag/bayswater-fitout/

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Mrs Herberts Cafe

Claremont, Western Australia, 2015

ee’kos was engaged to look at the feasibility of 2 concepts for a small cafe located along the Swan River in Western Australia, the main purpose being to begin fleshing out some of the opportunities and challenges associated with any such development in this area. The brief also called for a review of the current carparking facilities in respect to current use vs. future use required by the cafe, at the same time respecting the current users of the park and it’s facilities, and the neighbouring property owners. The purpose for this concept therefore is to simple provide a direction that can be used to inform future discussions to be held by the stakeholders. The ‘Living Stream’ is the name we have given to the water treatment train that runs through the site. It is our green infrastructure that acts to clean the water captured from the hard surfaces of the concept, existing buildings, paving and carpark. The living stream concept begins at the carpark, where we propose a new permeable carpark surface to be installed that allows for water to slowly percolate through to a gravel sub-surface for further sub-surface infiltration. Pollutants are removed through absorption, straining and microbial decomposition. For more information, and for progress updates, please click here: http://eekos.com.au/tag/river-foreshore-cafe-concept/