Tom Mark’s core Henry’s success stems from their time commitment to the creative creation of each project, as well as their ability to remain malleable throughout the process to ensure a sympathetic solution to the demands of each project. They place strong importance on human connection and cultural influence in order to create distinctive, engaging, and useful spaces that contribute positively to their physical location and stimulate the senses and habitat of those who experience them.
The Tom Mark Henry studio constantly strives to give the unexpected, as their rooms encourage a full sensory experience. The designs include several sophisticated levels that are intended to represent the clients’ brand, customer, and place.
Tom Mark Henry has received several awards and honours both locally and abroad.
The Tom Mark Henry studio was just named Best Emerging Design Practice at the prestigious World Interior News Awards, which were held in February 2018.
1. Round Tables – Tessellated Tile Factory
Tessellated Tile Factory is a place built to look like the classic terrace home for which the retailer’s wares are made.
A terrace in Paddington, an Inner-Sydney neighbourhood, is restored with a contemporary and minimalist design while keeping historical, heritage components.
3. Round Tables – St John’s Paddington
This heritage church conversion celebrates distinctive elements appropriate for modern living, taking ideas from the seamless sophistication of a New York loft.
4. Round Tables – Windsor Street
A 1970s townhouse in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs has been turned into a serene and large family home with a modernist architectural sense.
5. Round Tables – Wahroonga House
Wahroonga House is an example of mid-century modern architecture, drawing on the site’s architectural era and surrounding bushland to reference the warmth and fun of Palm Springs while maintaining a laid-back feeling of elegance.
Woollahra Residence is inspired by the casual park-side environment and informed by the formality of the building’s Art Deco architecture. It relies on the layering, tonal colour, and textured materiality found in nature as well as the ornate workmanship seen in Art Deco design.
7. Round Tables – Bischoff Residence
The design of this two-story family house in Vaucluse is guided by a desire for a convergence of traditional and contemporary aesthetics.
8. Round Tables – Clovelly House
Materiality and construction, carefully examined from the outside to the interior, are instant indicators that Clovelly House is not your typical beach house.