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Rae & Partners Lawyers, Office Refurbishment

Photos of our recently completed office refurbishment for Rae & Partners Lawyers in Launceston, Tasmania.

Rae & Partners Corridor

Corridor with client consultation rooms either side

Rae & Partners Corridor

View looking into boardroom, which can also be utilised a two separate consultation / meeting rooms

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Lyttleton Street Additions

We are excited to have received heritage planning approval for our latest renovation to the state heritage listed ‘Magnolia Cottage’, located in East Launceston, Tasmania. This sensitive and sympathetic design was carefully conceived to harmonise with the character of the existing dwelling, while creating new modern, light filled spaces for our clients to enjoy.

North East View

North East View

 

East View

East View

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Brunacci Residence Progress | Update 6

The last couple of months has seen the completion of all the electrical and plumbing rough-in, installation of wall and floor insulation and commencement of window installation.

Eastern view looking into rear courtyard

Eastern view looking into rear courtyard

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Valley House Concept Design

Concept design images for our latest house design in Golden Valley, Tasmania. This house will be our most sustainable design to date, incorporating all aspects of environmentally sustainable design from off-grid solar power, correct and considered solar orientation, use of thermal mass, composting toilets and on site grey water treatment systems.

North East View

North East View

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Brunacci Residence Progress | Update 5

The last few months have seen all the pre-cast concrete panels craned and fixed into place, all concrete floors poured with included hydronic heating installed and a small section of stainless steel roofing installed.

Entry View

View of the entry facade of house with openings ready for large pane double glazed windows

Work will now commence on the installation of windows as well as the rough-in of plumbing and electrical systems. The final fit out of linings, joinery and fittings will follow after.

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Brunacci Residence Progress | Update 4

The last few weeks has seen a lot of steady progress made on site. The ground floor suspended concrete slab has been installed including hydronic floor heating and all the precast concrete panels to the ground floor have been installed into place

This floor comprises the sleeping and bathing level as well as access to the private courtyard at ground level

Ground Floor View

View from courtyard looking through the master bedroom to the Tamar River beyond

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Brunacci Residence Progress | Update 2

March 2014

Progress on the foundations is well underway, with the lower ground floor slab now poured and excavation work commenced on the ground floor slab. The ground floor slab will be partly founded in the ground and partly a suspended concrete slab supported by pre-cast concrete walls which are currently being fabricated 300km away. The transportation and erection of the pre-cast panels will commence in the next fortnight.

Site Progress Diary:

Compacted gravel was built up over a layer of concrete blinding to form the reinforced concrete foundation beams

MJ Architecture | Foundation Overview

Overview of lower ground floor slab being prepared for pouring. Extent of reinforced concrete foundation beams are visible

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Brunacci Residence Underway… | Construction Blog

Our Brunacci residence is now underway … follow our blog posts as we document the construction of our latest house over the next 8 months

February 2014

MJ Architecture | Brunacci Foundations

One big hole in the ground … A 3 storey house will fill this space over the coming months. The ground is being prepared for pouring of the lower ground floor slab

Work is underway on the largest house we have undertaken to date. Over the next 8 months this site will see the construction of a 3 storey home fabricated from pre-cast concrete panels.

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