LIMINAL OBJECTS | Whisky is the winner

Posted 12 November 2019

Our imaginative approach to celebrating Tasmanian whisky, The Magic Box has won the Best Installation Design category of the 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards.

The jury were impressed with the extremely thoughtful attention to detail that went into the project, as well as its sense of place and clever portability that allows it to be experienced anywhere.

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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | More global plaudits

Posted 17 October 2019

Global plaudits for Liminal Architecture’s imaginative design for the Coastal Pavilions at Freycinet Lodge in Tasmania continue to gather.

After being announced as a double award winner for the project earlier this year, for the 2018 Architecture MasterPrize (AMP), formal recognition occurred on Tuesday 14 October 2019 at the winners reception hosted at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.


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LIMINAL STUDIO | is hiring

Posted 30 September 2019

Join us…in going beyond…

We are looking for aspirational talent willing to break through boundaries with their creativity and skill. Exciting opportunities await for experienced architects, detail ninjas as well as those ready to launch into registration, finally being able to call themselves an Architect! 

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LIMINAL SPACES | Dust shortlisted for IDEA 2019

Posted 18 September 2019

The design of Dust has been recognised by the Interior Design Excellence Awards in two categories -  Event and Sustainability

Liminal Spaces is mindful of the creation and manipulation of space offering opportunity for interaction, while using minimum resources for maximum impact. 

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Liminal Spaces Scenography Dust IDEA Awards Shortlist

LIMINAL OBJECTS | Tasmanian whisky on the wander

Posted 11 September 2019

The subtly rich and complex flavours of Tasmania's much-applauded whisky are travelling the globe in an inimitable style designed by Liminal Objects in collaboration with Van Tuil. The imaginative yet extraordinarily practical design of the Magic Box, a pop-up whisky tasting installation celebrating Tasmanian design, craft and whisky, is presently on tour in Europe.

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Eat Drink Design Awards Finalist - The Magic Box

LIMINAL SPACES | Liminal Spaces' set design for Dust featured in Artichoke

Posted 9 September 2019

Liminal Spaces' scenography for Dust, a contemporary dance performance by acclaimed dance company Dancenorth, has been featured in the latest issue of Artichoke. The main element of the wall, seemingly simple at first, continuously evolves throughout the performance. It is transformed by the dancers and in turn restricts and liberates their movements.

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Liminal Spaces' Dust in Artichoke

LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Australia by Liminal Design

Posted 4 September 2019

Australia by Design host, James Durie, was convinced, as were the judges, in selecting the Freycinet Coastal Pavilions as a finalist in the television series' architectural award for the year. In a segment of the programme featuring the now-famed pavilions and Liminal's Peta Heffernan, identifying the 10 finalists, which included spectacular drone shots from on high, as well as magnified views of the fine details of the pavilions, the show's host vowed he'd return.

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Australia By Design Finalist Freycinet Coastal Pavilions

LIMINAL STUDIO | Action on Climate Change

Posted 26 July 2019

Continuing our mission to make a positive difference, Liminal stands in solidarity with other global leaders of the architectural profession as one of the 30 founding signatories to Architects Declare Australia proclaiming a climate and biodiversity emergency. Along with other eminent practices, we are committed to take positive action to deal with the twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss as the most serious issue of our time. 

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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Stellar Praise From Home

Posted 12 July 2019

It's been a stellar year for us at Liminal! After a series of back-to-back recognition for our design of the Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions both nationally and beyond we've received industry and public praise from a place where it probably counts most – home.

At the recent 2019 Tasmania Architecture Awards, Liminal Architecture received three significant official acclamations, including the noteworthy Colin Philp Award in the Commercial Building category for the Coastal Pavilions, and award recognition in Public Architecture and Sustainable Architecture for the Glenorchy Health Centre.


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