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Archive for October, 2009

Club Macquarie Motel by EJE Architecture

October 26, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

This Club Macquarie Motel was designed by EJE Architecture. The Macquarie Inn at Club Macquarie is a new 68 room two storey hotel building sited on a former bowling green that is linked to the existing Club Building. It was built by the club to add diversification to its existing market sectors. The design was to sit adjacent to the existing building without impacting on its views to the creek, golf course and mountain ranges. The hotel was designed to be built in two stages with Stage 1, the first 36 rooms, having been completed with the hotel commencing operations in early 2008. The hotel offers 4 different levels of accommodation catering for a range of patrons including sporting groups, travelling businessmen, conference delegates, families and wedding parties. [ Other Design by EJE Architecture ]

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Junction Hotel by EJE Architecture

October 25, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Architecture

This Junction Hotel was designed by EJE Architecture. This hotel was achieved spatially, by relocating a central bar and service area allowing the principle street elevations to open up and interact with the street-scape. The interiors then responded to this lightness by providing a fresh palate of materials that reflected the beach-side location without being a literal interpretation. [ EJE Architecture ]

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East Maitland Bowling Club by EJE Architecture

October 24, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Interior Design

This Interior of East Maitland Bowling Club was designed by EJE Architecture. Externally the facade was upgraded with a colour scheme that reflected its heritage surrounds. Internally the intent was to re-ignite existing patronage and attract a new, younger market by providing a contemporary yet relatable environment. Lighting, texture and pattern were injected with a slice of lime to provide a fresh new look for the club. [ EJE Architecture ]

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Contemporary Residential Design by EJE Architect

October 24, 2009 By: archinhome Category: contemporary house design

This Contemporary residential was designed by EJE Architecture. This residential design has four pavilions, each performing a specific function whilst creating a unified living environment. The mix of traditional gabled forms and contemporary curves bring together references to modern day Hunter Valley vineyard style. The living pavilion is simple, where spaces flow and the transition between indoor and outdoor living is seamless. Views of the golf course and surrounding countryside are captured while privacy is maintained. Private outdoor spaces are located away from the golf course and accessed directly from the long aspect of the living pavilions providing comfortable environmental conditions and a natural ambiance of sun, light and shade internally and externally.

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Roberts Residence from EJE Architecture

October 23, 2009 By: archinhome Category: contemporary house design

Roberts Residence is great collaboration between client, architect and builder, built into a contemporary design. This new home sits comfortably within the existing streetscape on a very small triangular block on the banks of Throsby Creek, by using low-pitched roofs and borrowing architectural forms and materials from adjacent houses. An elegant kitchen opens onto the dining, living and family areas, allowing effortless entertaining. Upstairs the home office and private sitting room also look out to the view as well as down to the living area below. [ EJE Architecture ]

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