Australian capital cities such as Sydney, Melbourne and Perth are becoming predominantly white-collar tertiary cities. The workspaces Luigi Rosselli Architects has designed reflect this predominance. In Sydney, they were commissioned by a prestigious Sydney city developer to refurbish three office towers in Pitt Street; they converted an old warehouses and lofts for offices and showrooms; and fitted out multiple administration spaces for the University of Technology Sydney and in Freemantle Port they designed a multistorey workspace. Nevertheless, industrial workshops and fashion industry manufacturing spaces also form part of Luigi Rosselli Architects completed projects.
Luigi Rosselli, and Tal Siberman of developer, The Moshav Group, sat down with Gavin Rubenstein for his podcast, Thinking Outside the Box to speak about the inspiration for Verdical, a new Luigi Rosselli Architects designed…read more..
Luigi Rosselli Architects, Surry Hills design studio – A collaboration with Raffaello Rosselli Studio Inserted between a century-old brick warehouse and a row of Victorian terrace houses on what was once a small carpark, the…read more..
South Sydney Workshop
An industrial adaptive reuse. A leniency for speed shines through this redevelopment of an industrial workshop in South Sydney. Channelling the aerodynamic forms of a fast car, a new Alucobond façade that wraps the existing workshop produces…read more..
Surry Hills Studios
The history of Surry Hills, with its rag trade sweat shops and brothels, was found in the walls of this run down four storey warehouse building once the paint was removed from its flaking walls. With…read more..
Pitt Street Office Building
The developer, the Ashington Group, purchased this eight storey building completely gutted and stripped to the bones by the previous owners. They abandoned this narrow and deep site when their land amalgamation plan was dropped. The…read more..