The cross house is a holiday retreat hidden in the forest of mount nelson in Tasmania, Australia. The location of the project provides its occupants with a hideaway for relaxation and rejuvenation with all the modern comforts of a typical residence.
The Aqua vanity is designed to showcase the vanity as a centerpiece through the articulation of its elements and its sculptural form. The design makes a break from the standard vanity shapes for a more organic and fluid form, that is inspired by flow of water and the swirls it creates within a bowl. This [...]
Designed by Esan for use in academic institutions and playful office spaces the EggShell chair is moulded from plastic. The form and concept is inspired by eggs and Henrik Thor-Larsen’s Egg chair. This chair is moulded into a single egg shape form with scope-like cut outs to make it both lighter and more space efficient. [...]
Currently consulting on Eliza apartments by Tony Owen Partners. Working towards a resloved facade panelling system that is as sensual as the original design, but one that beaks down the complexity of the organic form into understandable/constructible geometry. This break down means that instead of 13 different organic forms there are now only 6, all [...]
Late 2009: the RAIA invited architectural practices, artists, engineers and theorists in Australia to stage 1 of ‘NOW and WHEN’ , a visual speculation on the future of major cities of Australia. The intention was to produce imagery that depicted visions or predictions for Australia’s major cities. Predictions by some included water levels rising to unusually [...]
The existing architectural expressions on either side of the tracks are conflicting. On the city side the formal expression is of Neo- Classical style while on the harbour side there are contrasting large scale modernist white buildings that formally utilise primary/platonic geometrical expression. The challenge was therefore to design a station that also bridged the two sides [...]
Bamboo is a readily available material that grows throughout Asia and can be used for any number of applications — from channeling water to building roofs, fences, and floors. Australian designer Esan Rahmani worked together with Mukul Damle to design this beautiful Bamboo Pavilion as a communal shelter for disadvantaged populations around the Indian Ocean [...]