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The Deen Project

TDL converted a small carpark into a refreshing, relaxed and simple courtyard that complements the heritage-listed building, transformed into a bar by Oldfield Knott Architects.

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      TDL converted a small carpark into a refreshing, relaxed and simple courtyard that complements the heritage-listed building, transformed into a bar by Oldfield Knott Architects.

      The aim of the courtyard was to create a balance between street presence and privacy. This was made possible by the rusted steel planters along the street boundary, which are filled with Yuccas and feature recessed  LED strip lighting .

      TDL detailed the recessed channels and worked closely with the steel fabricator to achieve the high level of finish reflected in this landscape.

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