Dion Robeson - Architectural Photographer and Interior Photographer Perth

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The life and times. Architecture and Interior photographer. Also focusing on hospitality and retail photography in and around Western Australia.

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Flux by Spacecubed - Parmelia House Perth CBD

Spacecubed being a successful co-working space on the east side of St Georges Terrace, now teams up with the Hawaiian Group at Parmelia house. Flux is the new multi-level co-working space that is a step above anything Perth has seen before. Check out images below of Level 1. The remaining levels will be photographed in the coming weeks when completed.

Claremont Residence - Keen Architecture

Featured on ArchDaily this week; Keen Architecture's Claremont Residence with a striking facade gets some love. This was one of two projects we photographed for them that week and we got lucky with some sun at the right time. Check out the article here.

A feature timber screened balcony off the master suite punches though the steel portal frame again creating interest but also a lockable facade. The timber box has built in bi-folds which open to views of Claremont but can also be a private parents retreat. The flying roof form provides shade to the 'entertainers delight', a large open roof deck (engineered to take a future spa) which takes full advantage of river glimpses to the south, the City to the east.
El Grotto Scarborough - by Finespun Architecture

El Grotto - on Scarborough Beach. Interior architecture and design was completed by the good folks at +Finespun Architecture Like walking into a fancy cave, this place had some nice little pockets to photograph. Super low light even in the day however we got some late afternoon sun rays through the clouds. Always a pleasure working for Finespun and love documenting their growing list of hospitality projects across Perth.

Exploding Shed House by David Weir Architects - ArchitectureAU Feature

David Weir's Exploding Shed house featuring on ArchitectureAU this week...

"This “energetic” one-bedroom cottage by David Weir Architects provides a place to live and a place to work, embracing its small footprint while packing punch through bold materiality and strength of form."