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A Faithfully Updated Mid-Century Melbourne Home

Frankston Mid Century Modern is featured in The Design Files: This recently renovated house in Frankston South by MRTN Architects was originally designed in 1963 by influential architect, Jack Clarke. Clarke not only co-founded the practice today known as Clarke Hopkins Clarke, he also ran the iconic Small Homes Service begun by Robin Boyd, and was a professional […]

Shadow Cottage in AD Russia

MRTN Architects in Russia. Деревянные стеновые панели, материалы вторичного использования и модернистская мебель в проекте студии MRTN Architects.

An Ultra Energy-Efficient Makeover Of A Victorian Country Home

The Design Files features Shadow Cottage Daylesford. “We’re always inspired by sustainable design, but there’s something particularly impressive about upgrading an older home to meet modern performance standards.”

Powerfully Passive

A great article on The Good Life House written by the editor of Habitus magazine – Holly Cunneen. “A memorable yet unassuming facade and material palette from MRTN Architects belies the very considered, thoughtful architecture designed for a family of five.” You can read more at Habitus here.

Smiths Beach Surf Lifesaving Tower

Smiths Beach Surf Lifesaving Tower has been shortlisted in the 2019 Victorian Architecture Awards! The tower has been very well received by the club, locals and beach goers so nice to see it is getting a jury visit in the off season.

Shadow Cottage wins Architecture Award 2017!

Shadow Cottage Daylesford won the 2017 Architecture Award in the category of Residential Architecture – Houses Alterations and Additions. We are thrilled and wish to thanks our wonderful clients, a great builder and the highly respected jury. The jury citation: The Shadow Cottage Daylesford is an unassuming and refined home, which celebrates its bushland setting. […]

Victorian Architecture Awards 2017

Very honoured to be included in the shortlist for the 2017 Victorian Architecture Awards in the residential alterations and additions category for ourShadow Cottage Daylesford project.  

Nulla Vale site progress

Really enjoying seeing the progress of this new small house in Nulla Vale just outside of Lancefield. 100% off-grid!

Shadow Cottage in The Age

Jenny Brown has written about Shadow Cottage Daylesford in the “Innovation’ feature for The Domain.

LaTrobe Regional Gallery competition

MRTN Architects were invited to enter a competition for the refurbishment of the LaTrobe Regional Gallery in Morwell. Entries are being exhibited at the gallery from November 26th 2016 through to 6th January 2017.

Wye River Re-build

As part of the Wye River re-build 6×6 Exhibition Antony was invited to present the MRTN Skenes Creek House at two events, at Wye River and in the Treasury House Theatre. The Melbourne presentation was recorded and can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSUoHZWWq5U More information from the WyeSep Connect website can be found here: http://wyesepconnect.info/6×6-brings-design-solutions-wyesep/

Victorian Awards – New Houses jury

Antony is honoured to have been invited to be on the New Houses jury for the 2016 Victorian Architecture Awards with Mel Bright of Make Architects and Ben Edwards of Edwards Moore.

Houses Awards 2016 shortlist – House alteration or addition under 200m2

Very pleased to announce that Carlton Cloister has been shortlisted in the 2016 Houses Awards. Selected amongst some fine competition in this national awards program.

Carlton Cloister in Houses

Carlton Cloister has been published in the Houses Magazine number 109. “With compelling ten-metre-long, red brick hallway that offers far more than circulation space, this extension to a Victorian terrace shows just how much can be achieved with a small footprint.” Words: Leanne Amodeo Photos: Shannon McGrath

Trentham Long House article in The Age

‘The blank canvas of a new sub-division gave architect Antony Martin a chance to indulge his love of barns.’

Everybody loves good neighbours

Great article by Clare Kennedy on the positive impact our houses can have on the streets around them.

Open Court – Green Magazine

Fairfield Hacienda is profiled for the gardens section of the latest Green Magazine. Some wonderful recent photos by Roma Samuel of the courtyard one year on.

Hide and Seek

Venus Bay Bach is featured in a new book by German based publishers Gestalten. Find it here: http://shop.gestalten.com/hide-seek.html

Houses Magazine #98

Fairfield Hacienda is in the new Houses Magazine. Brilliant article by Stuart Harrison and photos by Peter Bennetts.

Houses Magazine Awards – New Houses over 200m2

Fairfield Hacienda has been shortlisted in the Houses Magazine Award for the new house over 200m2 award.

Houses Magazine Awards – New Houses under 200m2

Venus Bay Bach has been shortlisted in the Houses Magazine Award for the new house under 200m2 award.

Victorian Institute Awards 2104

Fairfield Hacienda wins a commendation in the Victorian Institute Awards 2014 in the New Houses category.

Fairfield Hacienda on Dezeen

The Fairfield Hacienda has been written up on Dezeen. Link here http://www.dezeen.com/2014/02/28/fairfield-hacienda-melbourne-courtyard-house-mrtn-architects/

IDEA Awards 2013

Double Monk has been shortlisted in the 2013 IDEA Awards otherwise known as the ‘Interior Design Excellence Awards’ in the New Retail category. You can check out the competition here: http://www.idea-awards.com.au/category/2013/shortlist-2013/retail-shortlist-2013/

Window seat in!

The window seat has been installed at Fairfield Hacienda. Feels like you could move in already.  

Reviews of Double Monk on-line

Double Monk has been getting a bit of coverage on the blogs recently. Check out what they have been saying here: http://thethousands.com.au/melbourne/shop/double-monk http://www.habitusliving.com/live/double-monk http://www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/fashion/directory/shop/double-monk

Artichoke magazine

Look out for Double Monk about to be published in the next edition of Artichoke mag.

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