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Canadian Philippe Malouin holds a bachelor’s degree in Design from the Design Academy Eindhover. He has also studied at the École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in Paris and University of Montreal. He lives an works in London. He set up his studio in 2009 after working for English designer Tom Dixon. He is also the director of POST-OFFICE, the architectural and interiors design practice. His diverse portfolio includes tables, rugs, chairs, lights, art objects and installations.
Project 01.02.231 Albert Street by Ignite ArchitectsFormerly known as West Plaza, 1 Albert Street is one of Auckland’s most emblematic buildings. Completed in 1972, the building’s striking features once earned it the title of the ‘Crown Jewel of Auckland’.Project 14.09.23Quay Street Office by Cheshire Architects
Perched high above Quay street this new office space for friends at Black Interiors hums with quiet energy. Cheshire Architects set out to make this space feel as much like an apartment as it does an office; not just a place where work is done, but a place in which working lives are lived with elegance and relish.
Project 30.03.23Marine Parade by Seear-Budd Ross
Designed by multi-disciplinary duo Thomas Seear-Budd and James Ross, this Marine Parade home celebrates a minimal material palette to highlight the exquisite use of macrocarpa and limestone. Situated at the base of the Eastbourne hills, this home demonstrates an exceptional skill of balance — blending and reflecting the design vernacular of its neighbours along the Lower Hutt esplanade.Project 13.10.22Red Beach House by Fraser Horton Design
A rebellion to the expectations of what an Auckland coastal house should be. The Red Beach project by Fraser Horton with interior designer Juliet Lloyd is an ambitious marvel at the unification of industrial hard materials pitted against the alluring estuary seascape.
Project 12.02.21Mr MorrisMr Morris is located in Britomart in what was previously Cafe Hanoi, with the interiors having undergone a beautiful, light-paletted refresh by Cheshire Architects.Project 13.03.23Flockhill Homestead by Warren & MahoneyFlanked by mountains, nestled into limestone rock formations and looking across Lake Pearson to a perfectly symmetrical view of Sugarloaf Mountain is Flockhill Homestead.
Project 28.04.22Forté Flooring Project by Wonder Group
Young and emerging Auckland based interior designer studio Wonder Group has seen its accreditation through many local leading retailers. Forté refined wood flooring specialists have teamed up with Wonder Group to create a true experience centre for their new Auckland showroom.Project 05.04.18Kowtow Wellington
The store articulates minimalism, simplicity and generosity. From the outside, two large windows frame the space. Instead of traditional displays, passerbys have an open and transparent view of the store’s day to day life.
Project 03.11.20PwC Tower LobbySimon James was engaged to supply a selection of seating and accessories for this vibrant public space in the PwC Tower at Commercial Bay.Project 16.12.16Bishop Selwyn ChapelThe Bishop Selwyn Chapel comprises part of the project for Completion of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Parnell, Auckland. The proposal envisages a chapel in the garden, a continuation of Bishop Selwyn's vision and a resolution of the cathedral cluster.
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