Introducing Two new Members

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We are excited to introduce two new members to the Stukel Stone team, Andrea Klass Harrison and Jarrod Tremayne Phillips. Andrea has over 10 years of experience in residential, retirement and railway design and has a passion for seeing projects from the formation of the design brief to the construction. Jarrod is a qualified building designer and an experienced BIM user having taught ArchiCAD at the Open Training and Education Network (OTEN). Jarrod and Andy will be key in delivering successful commercial and residential projects. Welcome!

Best of HOUZZ 2017- Client Satisfaction

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Stukel Stone is delighted to be awarded for Client Satisfaction by HOUZZ, on-line platform for home renovation and design. The Best of Houzz award is given in three categories: Design, Photography and Client Satisfaction. We have received the Client Satisfaction award in recognition of the number and the standard of reviews given by our clients on the HOUZZ site. We are delighted to receive the award, as recognition of the thorough and engaging level of service we aim to provide our clients.  View our HOUZZ profile.

 

Australian Interior Design Awards 2016

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Stukel Stone had a pleasant surprise at the Australian Interior Design Awards’ dinner where it was announced they had won the Installation Design category for their stage design for Ensemble Theatre’s two productions ‘My Zinc Bed’ and ‘Blood Bank’. What a genuine honour to be recognised in a category with exceptional company including Mim Design, Hassell and Sibling.

Forge Dancework

In Performance Design, Stukel Stone, Tobhiyah Stone Feller by Stukel Stone

Stukel Stone’s cubist themed dress graced the Lennox Theatre stage in Parramatta recently in a season of contemporary flamenco dance.
Choreographer Annalouise Paul worked closely with Stukel Stone Co-Director Tobhiyah Stone Feller to design a dress to suit the themes in her choreography; Picasso’s Guernica, survival and the dancer’s personal relationship to flamenco and her Sephardic Jewish heritage.
Tobhiyah Stone Feller has created an ingenious costume that transforms from a full skirt of many colours to a straight, one-colour skirt with a bustle.
Jill Sykes SMH

Photography: Heidrun Lohr

 

Finalist Honorary Mention for Open Agenda Competition

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We are happy to announce that Dan and Jeff’s submission in the Open Agena competition for the ‘Embassy of the Real’ on Cockatoo Island 20th Biennale of Sydney received a Top Three Finalist Honorary Mention!

The research experiment is to uncover the limitations in the predicative nature of the architectural plan, and collect this data as a means of progressing an understanding and methodology of architectural documentation and performance, which is fundamentally the movement of bodies through space.

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