K x Architecture Pty Ltd
K x Architecture is an established architectural office in Melbourne to undertake design projects in architecture, interior and 3D visualization for a wide range of private and commercial building developments. The studio focus on contemporary, sustainable, high quality modern and cutting edge design solution in architecture with core services including feasibility study, concept and schematic design, documentation, town planning and building permit application. K x architecture is constantly looking for challenging project opportunities and well confidence that its expertise and experience will meet high end expectation and requirements.
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South Melbourne, 2010
A new 3 storey office development with total area of 900m2 consists of hybrid use of spaces such as showroom, workshop and office spaces with strong emphasis on contemporary and modern commercial design for high end digital printing company E-plot Pty Ltd which involves a wide range of digital printing services uses latest in house production digital and finishing equipments. The front facade of the building feature an elegant entrance with light filled lobbies, balconies and incorporated the corporate signage and colour to signify the characteristics of the company.
VIC & NSW, 2011
eCosway is a rapidly growing international company with headquarters in the prestigious golden triangle of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and thousands of Sales Centres located throughout Asia and Australia. They sell a wide range of exclusive, quality household products and pride it-self in offering quality products at low and competitive prices. K x architecture has worked on their shops at St Albans in Victoria, Westfield Mount Druitt, Marrickville Metro and Eastlakes Shopping Centre in NSW. The brief went beyond interior decoration and space planning. The branding is one of the topmost objectives in their retail business. The challenge embraced a consistent representation and atmosphere appropriate for their retail outlets and its consumers. The works involved shopfront design, planning of reception and display spaces, meeting room and back of house areas.
Murrumbeena, VIC, 2011
The alteration and renovation of a suburban residential house involved conversion of existing bedrooms into opened, high ceiling and well connected spaces for flexible usage. The new spaces consist of living lounge, study, and sleeping area with view to rear court and garden. A lofty stone-clad fire place integrated in the central area that defined the living and sleeping area is the focal element of the spaces.