In 2014 CODA collaborated with BVN Donovan Hill to design a new Junior Years precinct for the existing Methodist Ladies’ College campus in Claremont WA.
During the initial phases the combined practices of BVN Donovan Hill and CODA held several intensive workshops to understand fully the aspirations of the school, the staff and the community as a whole. These productive and interactive sessions resulted in a reworking and refinement of the existing masterplan in line with the new Preferred Education Model (PEM) for the school.
We worked with the school and No Tosh on the early stages of brief development to fully ...
ClientMethodist Ladies College
Year2013 - present
The site, located in Jolimont and adjacent to Matthews Netball Centre, will be redeveloped to allow for higher density residences. Over 4 hectares, it will accommodate 3 – 6 storey apartment buildings and 2 – 3 storey townhouses, equating to … More
CODA was invited to present an interior concept design for a new, boutique hotel in Perth. Our scheme responds to the client’s desire for a unique and youthful approach to hotel design, proposing a bold oasis in a newly revitalised … More
The transformation of the boarding house at MLC offered us an exciting opportunity to turn our attention to an extensive interior refurbishment of three interconnected buildings on the Claremont campus. This project will catapult the boarding house to be the … More
The most recently released edition of House and Garden magazine features a spread on Women in Design. One of the honourees is CODA’s co-founder/co-director, Emma Williamson! CODA congratulates all the women featured and House and Garden for recognising women doing … More
Ageing in Place
Growth in our cities and the subsequent need for responsible developments to ensure well connected, planned and functioning communities is currently a significant subject within Perth where the population is expected to increase by an additional half a million people … More