2014 celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Hans J Wegner. Together with Carl Hansen and Sons, Cult invites Hecker Guthrie to reinvent Wegner's Iconic CH33 Dining Chair.
The team at Hecker Guthrie love a Mid Century gem and are excited to be on board for residential project in Perth involving a very cool 60's residence.
Polperro by Even Keel
Hecker Guthrie are very excited to be working on Polperro by Even Keel in Red Hill. The spaces will be earthy, warm and inviting. Talented artist Rebekah Stuart's artworks have been a strong driver for the approach to art and the notion of a palette derived from nature.
Hecker Guthrie are presently working along side a passionate team on the restaurant Ruyi. Think Melbourne lane way and dumplings! Watch this space.
Hecker Guthrie are thrilled to be working on a Sydney institution - Indigo cafe.
Watch this space.
The Island State (Richmond)
Located in The Island State (formerly known as Richmond), the apartment design is a strong response to the architecture by Fender Katsalides and the site's industrial past.
Renders: Flood Slicer
Building Design by Hecker Guthrie
Building and Interior Design study for central St Kilda Road garden site.
Renders by Phuk Design.
Introducing Evie - the most recent Multi-level residential project to pass across the Hecker Guthrie drawing board.
3D created by KIKGROUP
George & Allen Apartments
Hecker Guthrie's most recent multi level residential project is the George and Allen Apartments
Renders by Flood Slicer
Hecker Guthrie are currently working on a fresh scheme for the Bankstown Sports Club.
Troika Sky Dining
Stay tuned for further updates on this exciting project within a Norman Foster designed building in Malaysia.
Hecker Guthrie are excited to announce the most recent project to cross our drawing board ‘Mitchelton Winery’. With the Hecker Guthrie touch Mitchelton is soon to be a destination whereby the architecture (of the great Robyn Boyd no less), wine, produce and the unique riverside district combine to provide a series of experiences worthy of a trip to the countryside.
Image courtesy of Mitchelton Winery