The 2 Girls Building has been capturing all eyes in Melbourne, thanks to Everton’s Masquerade, from the Vintage Dolls series, featured on its facade.
One of Australia’s leading teams of architects has designed the Abbotsford building as a mixed use space comprising gallery and exhibition spaces, offices as well as residential units; all exuding the Melburnian vibe.
International-award-winning practice Kavellaris Urban Design (KUD) is behind the impressive project.
KUD has been widely recognised locally and internationally through leading architectural publications, journals and television, and has received national and international awards for residential and commercial projects.
“We are interested in architecture as an intellectual and philosophical construct founded on ideas that are materialised and translated into an architectural language,” its founder, Billy Kavellaris states.
“The core of our practice philosophy seeks to engage in conscientious environmental design interventions as a foundation to deliver unique and intelligent architecture to meet our client’s requirements and budgets.”
Billy Kavellaris has been leading his team of architects to complete single residential dwellings, high-density residential, public and commercial buildings and major high-rise developments since 2002.
He has taught at the University of Melbourne and has also been a guest critic at various universities.