This newly built three-level terrace in Fitzroy by Inarc Architects was designed for a couple downsizing from their family home in Kew. Doherty Design Studio was tasked with the complete interior planning – design and furniture selection – to create a luxurious inner city retreat. Light, a strong emphasis on entertaining and a connection to the garden and outdoors was important. The interior resolution successfully melds the bold rectilinear form of the architecture through a refined play of materials, textures and forms. Muted earthy colours, custom joinery and bespoke detailing provide continuity while ensuring each space has its own identity.> See full project
A contemporary refurbishment was delivered to the interior of this rambling Federation bungalow to bring it up-to-date for a young family of four.Spaces were reconfigured and transformed through a refined material palette, customisation and detail to create a personalised contemporary interior while preserving the homes heritage.> See full project
Doherty Design Studio delivered an elegant overhaul of a 1901 solid brick/stucco home in Brighton. The double-storey home had an important heritage overlay, its significance owing to the fact it's one of the original homes built in the area.
The owners' brief centred on Doherty Design Studio creating a family home that would be theirs for the long haul. They loved the home's period style and original architectural features. So it was essential the contemporary upgrade be sympathetic to the home’s origins.> See full project
Doherty Design Studio have re-invigorated the interiors of an 1980's designed home, by Cocks & Carmichael Architects.
The designers chose to embrace many of the 1980's elements, and play up the existing features – glass bricks, grey terrazzo flooring, whilst still injecting a contemporary renovation to suit the young family of five.
IDEA Awards 2016 - Shortlisted
Australian Interior Design Awards 2016 - Shortlisted
Dulux Colour Awards 2016 - Finalist> See full project
Tucked into a tiny 27sqm, the new Queen Victoria Market store is all about ‘self serve’ with country-of-origin spice wrapping around two sides of the space. This design references the traditional spice markets of exotic locations throughout the world, but answers the owners’ desire for a contemporary take on traditional German styling through materiality.
Photographer: Tom Blachford> See full project