Australian Institute of Architects

 

Insideout Architects

545 East Feluga Road
TULLY QLD 4854

Ph. 07 4774 1655 Fax 07 4774 1699

tania@insideout-architects.com
www.insideout-architects.com

 

Once the most isolated architectural practice in Australia, Insideout Architects has moved back to the tropics.

Whether it's designing for the generosity of spirit offered by the abundance of the rainforest, mountains and the sea, or the discipline of designing and building to budget in tough, isolated locations, we can apply the principles of architecture appropriate for your unique place.

Insideout is adaptable, adventurous and committed to architectural solutions that work for you.

Let's talk about your next building project.

www.insideout-architects.com


Project profiles

Brooks Beach House

Brooks Beach, 2004

Brooks Beach House is a strand of pavilions perched on the rim of a steep rainforest slope some 100m above the ocean. This development, within the fragile rain forest habitat of the critically endangered cassowary, aims to minimise environmental impacts. Taking inspiration from the owners' needs, a combination of pavilions provide inside and outside places required for living, relaxation and their work as writers and publishers. The two owners wanted specific built features to accommodate their contrasting physical needs. One owner needed a space to practice circus routines, while her partner required ease of access i.e. minimal steps. 2005 RAIA FNQ Award Commendation



Ghunmarn Cultural Precinct

Wugularr, Central Arnhem Land NT, 2013

Ghunmarn Pavilions - adaptable, modular, cool, light, local, theatrical and fun. It is refreshing to see a development, such as the Ghunmarn Cultural Precinct, where cultural tourism is helping to drive regeneration and growth. As part of the Ghunmarn Cultural Precinct, these prefabricated pavilions bring new possibilities to Beswick. Prefab construction used here as a kit-of-parts for the Beswick Pavilions is an alternative that resolves complicated situations and programs in remote Australia. Those like fold up (and fold-down) refuges for inveterate travellers, itinerant exhibits, training places



Tjulyuru

Warburton WA, 2000

"Within the Tjulyuru Centre, pride of the Ngaanyatjarra people of the western deserts, one finds not just the rich tapestry-like canvases of the Warburton Art Collection, but a grand, long-held idea brought at last into reality. One finds, too, that rarest thing in the cloistered spaces of a museum environment - artists at work, wandering up and down their gallery, considering and examining their masterpieces, touching them, singing to them, taking in the odd splendour of their surroundings, the freshness of the filtered-air environment contrasting with the blazing sunshine, the ochre soil and dusty Spinifex visible outside."
 Nicholas Rothwell, The Weekend Australian, February 10-14, 2001 www.tjulyuru.com RAIA 2001 Tracy Memorial Award RAIA 2001 Environment Award, Commendation RAIA 2001 Commercial Award



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