Monthly Archives: June 2014

23 Paterson St | Sneak Peak

Work will soon be commencing on our latest commercial project, the complete fit out of this lovely heritage listed office building in Launceston. As Launceston architects, we take great pride in being able to both restore and rejuvinate this historic building for the Launceston public to once again enjoy.

23 Paterson St, Launceston

23 Paterson St, Launceston. Work will soon commence on the renovations of this 3 storey heritage listed building

Work will involve peeling back the layers of building works which have occurred over the years in order to reveal the historical features of the building. The building will then be opened up by selective removal of walls and new modern insertions added, which are clearly articulated from the old historic parts of the building. There will be a clear distinction and dialogue between new and old.

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Brunacci Residence Progress | Update 3

The first pre-cast concrete panels have now been craned into place. 35 individual panels which comprise of the lower ground floor level were indiviudally lifted and carefully locatedĀ into place without a hitch. Careful and considered detailing of each panel enabled the construction to fit together like a jigsaw.

precast concrete panels | MJ Architecture

All lower ground floor precast concrete panels have been lifted into place. Some of these panels are acting as retaining walls and will be waterproofed

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