8bit City

               

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8bit City

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Our Instagram page has photos of our daily life at work with things we encounter out and about. This is a glimpse of being a designer at EAT, what we do, and what we enjoy.

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Fitzroy Loft

This project is a conversion of a gritty 250m2 brick warehouse in the old industrial area of Fitroy into a family home. The…

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Fitzroy Loft

Tetsujin Emporium

        

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Tetsujin Emporium

Eugenius

Along the narrow streets of Windsor, this is a 4-level apartment building containing 8 dwellings above and 2 retail/hospitality units on the ground…

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Eugenius

Incision House

A bungalow turned bright, airy, family home. Sliced through the centre for maximum sun, shade, privacy and compartmentalisation, whilst remaining largely open plan.…

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Incision House

Kazoo House

A stone's throw away from the Caulfield's hallowed turf, Kazoo House is named after the racehorse whose winnings helped fund its original construction.…

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Kazoo House

One Property Reception

                        

 

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One Property Reception

Xeom

Xeom, Collingwood

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Xeom

Cinque Apartments

Cinque Apartments, Doncaster East

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Cinque Apartments

E589 Apartments

A compact 10-level high rise apartment building in the City of Melbourne, comprising of 56 six-star energy rated apartments. The facade design features…

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E589 Apartments

Three Parts House

A 520sqm single family house in the sought-after area of Auburn Heights, Hawthorn. This is a larger scale alteration and addition to a…

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Three Parts House

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YOMG GW

Parure House

A 165m2 compact single family house in the city fringe suburb of Kensington, the house is sunken into the ground to achieve a…

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Parure House

"The problem of a house is a problem of the epoch. The equilibrium of society today depends upon it. Architecture has for its first duty, in this period of renewal, that of bringing about a revision of values, a revision of the constituent elements of the house."

Le Corbusier,
Towards a New Architecture (1931)