Luigi Rosselli - Selected Commercial Projects

Selected Commercial Projects

  • 1986 Leo Schofield's offices fitout
  • 1988 Frank Moore Shop fit-out, San Francisco, USA
  • 1989 Kerry McGee Fashion Warehouse, Office and Manufacturing premises, Alexandria
  • 1991 Barrister's Chambers office fit-out, Phillip St, Sydney
  • 1992 UNSW Boardroom fit-out, Sydney
  • 1993 Cicada Restaurant, Challis Avenue, Potts Point
  • 1993 Monte dei Paschi di Siena Bank fit-outs in Brookvale, Fairfield, Leichhardt, Sydney
  • 1995 Nanostructure Laboratory UNSW
  • 1996 La Mensa Cafe, The Australian Centre for Photography, Paddington
  • 1996 Verona Cafe, Verona Cinema, Darlinghurst
  • 1996 Edward Meller, Collins Street, Melbourne
  • 1996 Bel Mondo Restaurant, Argyle Department Store, The Rocks
  • 1998 Newsbar, Cantinetta, Grace, Bittersweet Restaurants and Cafes Myers Grace Bros, Sydney City
  • 1999 Vault Restaurant & Bar in George Street, The Rocks
  • 1999 Office building refurbishment at 107 Pitt Street, Sydney
  • 2000 Good Manors Landscaping, new office building, Rozelle
  • 2000 Loft Café, University of Technology, Sydney
  • 2001 Federation Fountain, University of Technology, Haymarket
  • 2001 Art Gallery of NSW Café and Restaurants, Sydney
  • 2004 Giallo, Shop fit outs, Paddington, Melbourne Central, Brisbane
  • 2005 Casella Winery, Griffith, Winning competition design with Tanner Architects
  • 2006 Edward Meller Collins Street, Melbourne
  • 2008 Renovation and alteration to commercial premises Surry Hills
  • 2009 UTS Marketing Offices
  • 2011 BALLA Restaurant - Star City for Manfredi Enterprises
  • 2012 Freemantle Administrative Building

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