Kate Corke

RESEARCH + PRACTICE

Kate is a graduate from University of Melbourne with a Master of Architecture and RMIT with a Bachelor of Design (Interior Design). Her experience has been predominantly residential design, focusing on the relationship between the Interior and Exterior and how the two can work together seamlessly. Projects have ranged from smaller scale inner city dwellings, to larger homes in rural Victoria. Future interior projects that are in the pipeline include research and practical work into flexible living solutions.

Kate’s most recent research project at the University of Melbourne explored the role of craft in Architecture, using the work of a Tailor craftsman as the basis for an investigation into how the finer details, material joints, folds, conceals / reveals pattern & colour choices contribute to define the character of not only a tailored garment but also to space. The project further looked at the relationship between workspace and living spaces, and how the two can coincide.  

Kate is currently working on developing her own multi-disciplinary practices which works across areas of residential architecture and interior designer, styling and graphic design.