LLDS is the architectural & design arm of Power to Make. We are an unique architectural practice that extends our design capacity through digital fabrication. Our design studio and fabrication workshop coexists in the same building, which means we can design and prototype before committing to the possibility of ideas. Making is our way to communicate to our clients, collaborators and consultants. 

 

We operate on the scale of the city, building, interior and furniture; designing holistic and integrated solutions to a set of problems which are not always obvious. We work with our clients to define the problem and present innovative solutions that comes from a deep understanding of the fabrication process.

 

Through smart computational design and CNC technology we can gain more control in the design and fabricated of our projects. This in turn provides our client with cost certainty and added value, dealing with buildability issues during the design process. We operate our own CNC machinery so we understand the limitations and opportunities in a wide range of industrial and manufacturing processes. This feeds into our design process to generate a workflow that allows us to oscillate between design and fabrication; where we can, we aim for a direct design to production workflow.

Textile Cafe

The Textile Cafe opens at Denfair 2017, read more

Zinc Houses

The Zinc Houses is near completion, read more

Parametric Adjustable Mould

Our research on parametric adjustable mould has recently been award the Brookfield Multiplex Research Award, read more>

Wakeford Hall Competition, AA School Hooke Park, First Prize

LLDS / Power to Make is delighted to be awarded first prize for the Wakeford Hall Design Competition organized by the AA School, UK. Read more>

Eco-world showsuit ceiling

LLDS / Power to Make has recently completed a ceiling for Ecoworld showsuit in Sydney in collaboration with Woods Bagot. See detail on Power to Make website>

Fibourous Space Pavilion

Fibrous Space explores the relationship between artificial and natural fibres as a stimulated environment. The design is interested in how the artificial can become nature and vice versa through the embodiment of the two systems. Read more

 

2nd Skin Research @ UoM

2nd Skin research is moving into the next phase, detail coming soon.

Robotic and Fabrication research at UoM

LLDS has been conducting digital fabrication research at the University of Melbourne, visit our blog site for current research agenda>

Gunyama Park and Aquatic center 

We collaborated with Enlocus landscape architect on this 14 hectares urban development project which includes a urban sport field, an aquatic and fitness centre. Read more>

Vision Australia Pop-up Presence

Vision Australia commissioned LLDS to design a series of mobile exhibition stands for their charity fund-raising activities across Australia. The design is a series of shell like structures that can be erected in 15min to act as mobile consultation room, library and marketing zone.

Suncheon Art Platform

Competition entry for Suncheon Art Platform in South Korea, read more...

Machining Aesthetics Exhibition @ Craft Victoria

LLDS designed an installation for Machining Aesthetics Exhibition at Craft Victoria. Design Team: Paul Loh, David Leggett, Marc Micuta and Richard Maddock

Oculus Lakeside Pavilion

The Oculus Pavilion is a inflatable structure that adapts to contemporary need for kiosk. Instead of a static object, we design a pavilion that acts as a catalyst for activities. It a kiosk for food trucks to plug in. During winter, the inflatable is stored in the rubber coated based. Read more >