December 2017
exterior design
Perched on an 85 kilometre island of land, this architectural, multi-disciplinary, creation by Paul Wakelam is perfectly misunderstood, the name even suggests so, known as the “Toodyay Shack.” The shack stands and reflects an intriguing personality of vast influences, similar to Wakelam’s career as sculptor, graphic and landscape designer, and admirer of Japanese architecture. Inside is anything...
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interior decorating
What was once reminiscent of a tea factory in the 1920s has since been removed, to reinvigorate a new breath of life into this now private residence. Perched up on level six, this 300-square-metre space has become much more, it’s now a true place of comfort. You might recognise the building from the images, the iconic...
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