The Australian architecture firm of Denton Corker Marshall (DCM) constantly explores the fusing of art and architecture and is committed to an international presence with completed projects in 20 countires. Founded in Melbourne by John Denton, Bill Corker and Barrie Marshall in 1972, DCM's work is characterised by an uncompromising attitude to design quality. From the world's tallest building down to the scale of a coffee cup, the studio's design approach consistently produces highly original solutions. Projects include the Australian Embassies in Beijing and Tokyo and The Melbourne Museum, as well as the Adelphi Hotel in Melbourne, a project where they were both designer and client. Working with the Italian manufacturer Edra, DCM produced the Adelphi range of tables and chairs for the hotel.


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