Kalliopi Vakras Architects

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Kalliopi Vakras Architects
62 Wales Street THORNBURY VIC 3071 Australia

Established in 2009, Kalliopi Vakras Architects is an emerging architecture practice based in Fitzroy, Victoria. The practice works directly with clients to develop a brief which responds to the unique solutions that each individual project requires within the specifics of the client needs, site context, historical and physical conditions of the site. The experience of the place and site drives the designs to create spaces that are not only visual, but multi-sensory. Each design response pays particular attention to the detailing, use of materials, experiential qualities of the space and the utilisation of natural light in an attempt to create an enjoyable, useable, poetic and sustainable

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Bathroom Addition

Kew, Victoria, 2010

Bathroom addition

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Frozen by a Thousand Blessings #01

Doncaster Westfield , 2013

Frozen by a Thousand Blessings | #01. Frozen by a Thousand Blessings is a new self-serve frozen yoghurt concept store. Bought to you with love from the Thousand Blessings crew in Richmond, they provide biodynamic organic yoghurt with an ever changing list of freshly prepared toppings. The design response involves a simple palette of materials which allows the bright coloured toppings to stand out. Touches of yellow play add a playful element to the space. The great majority of timber used in the fitout is recycled, from the toppings counter, frozen yoghurt machine wall and the furniture, in an attempt to provide a sustainable and organic element to the space.The hand painted tree on the ceiling, designed by Pang & Haig, enhances the experience of the space. This is the first design of Frozen by a Thousand Blessings by KVA and is part of their local roll out of stores. Stay tuned for more…

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