Category Ornament

Iron Lace_Peter Corrigans Cities of Hope Exhibition

I have a piece in Peter Corrigan’s Cities of Hope exhibition opening this Friday 12th April.
Peter invited 22 Melbourne Architects to exhibit alongside his own retrospective work.
This Exhibition will be open 12th April through 8th June.

Submitted work 84 x 59cm Digital Print.

With Respect to Peter & RMIT gallery.
Full Project Images & Text will only be uploaded on 9th June.

A possible update of Iron Lace, integrating ornament and structure, this project embraces the dual role of the Jacquard Loom in industrializing textiles, and precursor to the computer, acknowledging the origins of textiles in walls, embedding manufacturing in culture. During the battle for Camberwell Station, a handkerchief is let fly.































project undertaken at Ashton Raggatt Mcdougall. copyright  A-R-M.

Project Team:

Ray Marshall, Martine De-Flanders, Gab Olah, Peter Charles

Project Details

Acer interior wall, was developed the image of 2 conflicting “ideas” embedded into a material response. Delauney fabric simulation was cross-pollenated with Cellular Automata code, resulting in a cloud like skin or field.

Stock Floor

Project Team

Charlotte Algie & Peter Charles












Tokyo Fashion Museum



































Project team:

Gab Olah, Nic Agius, Jessica In & Peter Charles


Project details:

The project was entered into the Tokyo Fashion Museum Competition.

This project  brief for discrete galleries of each decade of japanese fashion from 1910’s to 2000.

We responded by means of a was conceived of as kaleidoscopic journey through each decade, each decade linked physically,the reflections of each decade filtering through literally and metaphorically , by the use of structural almost crystal refractive elements, linking each gallery.

The project was inherently internal, like a giant thunder-egg, cracked open strategically at ground plane to form a plaza, and its shell took cue from the decorative motif named “asa-no-ha” (morning star)

The project in turn gained the title “Cave of Collective Memory”.

Brick Daipering


I run past this building on morning jogs. I like it a lot…. like a belgian waffle or something…. its definately edible.