Space

Materiality

Preston Lane creates highly considered Architecture which responds to the human, environmental and social context.  We are interested in how the built form, through space and materiality affects people, and explore this idea across varying scales and building typologies.

Whilst the aesthetic of our work is important, it is the creation of a unique sensitivity and emotion within the spaces we create that is our priority.  This philosophy is applied to all our projects from a single room to an urban landscape.

From the Journal

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UTAS Student Hub fitout

The UTAS Student Hub on the Hobart campus is nearing completion in the lead up to ‘O’ week. We are excited to see all the joinery items start to take shape and divide up the large space.  The key design strategies were to strengthen …

Dolphin Sands ‘Lighthouse’

The key concept for lighthouse was to design a platform for winter living. The building gestures towards the sun from behind, yet orients users towards the Freycinet Peninsula to the south. For the clients, a desire to sit with the …