Ridolfi Architecture is a boutique, design-focused, award-winning architectural practice

TIDA winning Ridolfi Architects creates commercial and residential projects tailored to individual needs
In this new kitchen by Domenic Ridolfi, one house, interior design, gray, white
In this new kitchen by Domenic Ridolfi, one workstation serves as a coffee and drinks centre. With wide openings between the units, circulation is unobstructed.

In times of mass production and quick fixes it's important to find an architecture company that prides itself on listening carefully to a client's needs before acting.

Ridolfi Architecture is a boutique, design-focused architectural practice specialising in outstanding residential and commercial spaces for over 15 years.

Architect Domenic Ridolfi says the company comprises a group of dedicated professionals providing a fresh, friendly experience, backed by connections with clients, referral networks and suppliers.


Quartzite stone wraps around the three stainless steel architecture, house, interior design, living room, real estate, gray
Quartzite stone wraps around the three stainless steel workstations in this new kitchen designed by architect Domenic Ridolfi. The stone gives the workstations a strong, sculptural presence that balances the light, airy look created by the extensive glazing and open stairs.

"We listen closely to our clients and translate their preferred look and practical needs into striking architecture."

The company took out top honours in the Australian Architect-designed Kitchen section of this year's TIDA awards.

"Here, a contemporary extension to an Art Deco house provided a blank canvas," says Ridolfi. "Instead of classic cabinetry, we designed commercial-style stainless steel workstations, wrapped in quartzite stone to create three sculptural volumes."

The natural tones of the Verde slate stone bathroom, floor, flooring, home, interior design, real estate, room, tile, wall, gray
The natural tones of the Verde slate stone tiles in this new master suite are echoed by the raw, wet cement colour of the concrete bathtub and vanity units, which were poured in situ. The bathtub sits on a platform in front of a freestanding wall that screens the toilet and shower area. The design is by Ridolfi Architecture.

A stone and concrete bathroom in the house also earned Ridolfi Architecture a Highly Commended in the TIDA's..

For details, call Ridolfi Architecture, phone: (03) 9348 0001. Alternatively, email: architecture@ridolfi.net.au, or go to the website: www.ridolfi.net.au

Apr 27, 2015
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