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Studio Tate is an interior architectural firm comprised of designers and thinkers dedicated to intelligent and ethical design in projects that represent how we LIVE, WORK, and PLAY.
Studio Tate’s objective as designers is to create homes and spaces that reflect our experience-driven culture.
Studio Tate approach interior architecture with a creative, collaborative, and pragmatic approach that delicately balances craftsmanship with functionality, employing a well-considered process and a refined, polished finish that emerges in inspirational, thoughtfully resolved solutions.
Studio Tate was able to make bold design and stylistic decisions within a new inner-city penthouse due to a long-standing client connection, reflecting the customer’s desire for a place that is both elegant and exciting.
The client’s art collection informed the detailed materiality, texture, and colour, while the furniture selection raises the flat to the finish befitting its setting.
The Airlie Clubhouse is a common facility available to members of a mature-living complex building. They are a discriminating generation with a demand for artisanal food and beverage, art, design connection, activities, and architecture, and Studio Tate designed this social centre to represent this in a refined, beautiful way.
The area exemplifies a lovely combination of colour and design that pays homage to the apartment structure while also including a seamless layering of new, modern design elements.
Studio Tate’s approach to the interior architecture of a classic-meets-contemporary collection of 12 two and three-bedroom luxury apartments in bayside Melbourne was influenced by organic components and clever design.
Textural use of glass and artisanal, handmade tiles with their natural forms and surfaces in bathrooms and wet areas translate materiality, light, and reflectivity, while the deep azure of the ocean manifests in kitchen cabinetry, offset by a granite chosen for its striations that mirror the rocks that lead to the ocean nearby.
Studio Tate imagined a sequence of sophisticated, simple living spaces in response to the facade’s ageless nature. Each features a refined palette of finishes, big dimensions, and plenty of natural light.
Studio Tate has created an indoor space that is whimsical, well-appointed, and ultimately timeless. Contrasting materials have been brought together in a way that seems alive and coherent while exploring bright colours and three-dimensional textures.
A collaborative reinvention integrates care for the home’s occupants with useful, well-designed zones for practical and sophisticated family life.
The front sitting room’s gloomy elegance and unmistakably adult vibe entices a comforting refuge, where a rich colour palette is balanced by cornice detail, gold accents, and tactile materiality. The dark blue walls are matched with a spotted high pile carpet in the same colour, which complements the regal-colored tile on the existing fireplace, which has been revitalised by a new dark timber mantle.
A two-story townhouse built in the early 1990s with a courtyard-connected footprint is altered to reflect the client’s passion for mid-century modern style and colour, instilling a sense of excitement.
The client’s love of colour is a striking cornerstone of the home’s design, represented in the paint, stone, tiles, and joinery throughout.
The use of walnut veneer, small-format tiles, brass accents, and the golden colours of the playroom joinery hint at the mid-century-inspired design while also providing an organic link to the client’s existing vintage furniture items from the era.
Studio Tate and Tecture worked to design a family house with utility and flair, inspired by the client’s wish for a characterful home in one of Melbourne’s most desired districts.
The inside of the home cleverly mimics the outside, drawing inspiration from modest yet efficient shapes that blend pragmatic with individuality and assure connectivity, inside and out.
Custom woodwork and timber floors emphasise the home’s rhythm of straight lines and constraint. The open shelves, mirrored backsplash, robust worksurfaces, fridge, and an industrial sink outside the pool house testify to long summers in the sun.
Studio Tate renovated a rooftop apartment to maximise its panoramic views of the Shrine of Remembrance and the Botanic Gardens.
The client’s preference for black and white was included into the design of the flat, such as the chevron tiling with black stone border in the master ensuite. Other highlights include a rich pink-veined green marble powder room, pink pendant lamp, and bronze mirror trim, as well as bespoke features such as panelling in the kitchen and living spaces, intricacy on the ceiling strapping, and different lighting selections.
Studio Tate collaborated closely with architects Fredman Malina, pulling inspiration from the local cityscape to develop dwellings with wide living rooms and lavish amenities, echoing the grandeur of traditional family homes typical of the area.
Relaxing colour scheme offers a smooth flow between areas and integrates easily with the landscape outside, offering a seamless experience both inside and out.
Manteau’s interior architecture shows an understated beauty in dwellings that defy small-space living preconceptions. Studio Tate collaborated with DKO Architects to bring these new three-story townhouses to life, drawing on the subtle beauty of the South Yarra neighbourhood.
Considered components like bespoke joinery, wine storage, and concealed, built-in benches add usefulness without sacrificing elegance. The craftsmanship and finishes of two colour schemes convey cool sophistication, with natural elements like stone seats and oak wardrobes providing warmth and tactility.
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