Have a look at our Attic Magic house renovation featured on The Design Files today!
We are thrilled to unveil the new logo and identity of Windust Architecture x Interiors.
Thank you Akiko Chan for your fantastic work on the Logo and branding. We love the parallel lines, the font, the colour palette and the scatter pattern.
A joy to inhabit.
“Windust is a balance of two halves working together equally. The vision and the detail, the inside and the outside. Windust and their client are also two parts that collaborate to complete a project; the best result being one where the product is greater than the sum of two parts.
The expertise and value of Windust is their ability to respond to a client’s needs and create a curated solution. The right combination of materials, fixture and finishes results in a space that delights.”
– Akiko Chan, Graphic designer and branding specialist
Our office would be closed from 20th of December and reopen on 15th of January 2019.
We wish you have a wonderful festive season.
The Age, Domain
Delighted to have our “Grand Pavilion” project featured in today’s Domain. Word by Jenny Brown
A quiet and delightful interior takes centre stage in the reworking of this former ‘volume build’ family home by Windust Architects. Annie Reid takes a closer look.
A growing family and a fig tree: two important factors in the extensions of Matt and Sonia Hegarty’s home in Coburg, Victoria, by Windust Architects, which feature some Japanese elements. Words by Tess Ritchie.
The Age, Domain
Appealing ideas have lifted the look of a 10-year-old home. Article by Ann Pilmer