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2 July 2022
The Hedberg, Hobart
Design: LIMINAL Studio with WOHA
The Hedberg Cultural Centre Hobart Tasmania
photos : Natasha Mulhall, Dianna Snape Photography and Patrick Bingham-Hall
The Hedberg Cultural Centre, Hobart
Located in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, The Hedberg vision is to present a culturally significant performing and creative arts destination that galvanises the creative heart of Hobart and fuels Tasmania’s cultural offering in a global and contemporary context.

20 Jun 2022
Glenorchy Health Centre, Glenorchy
Architects: LIMINAL Studio
The Glenorchy Health Centre Tasmania
photo : Dianna Snape Photography
The Glenorchy Health Centre, Tasmania
The Glenorchy Health Centre is the first of its building type in Tasmania. A collaboration between LIMINAL Architecture with clinical planning specialists DesignInc, the Centre incorporates a range of integrated health services to address the diverse and increasing health demands of the suburbs just north of Hobart, Tasmania.

6 Jun 2022
Nelson House, Hobart
Architects: Biotope Architecture + Interiors
Nelson House Hobart Tasmania
photo : Peter Mathew
Nelson House, Hobart, Tasmania
Biotope Architecture + Interiors’ sustainable and budget conscious design incorporated the existing 1980’s fabric. The Nelson House project is mainly an interior refurbishment project with a small extension.

27 Apr 2022
Change Rooms, Devonport
Design: Starbox Architecture
The Change Rooms Devonport Tasmania
photo : Native Design Workshop
The Change Rooms, Devonport, Tasmania
New football club Change Rooms to be flexible to incorporate amenities for local junior clubs, state league city club, AFLW and AFL. The existing Devonport stadium club rooms had inadequate amenities for a growing club, non standard facilities for AFL/ AFLW games and structural columns that obstructed pre game preparation.

19 Apr 2022
Dolphin Sands Studio
Design: Matt Williams Architects
Dolphin Sands Studio Australia
photo : Adam Gibson
Dolphin Sands Studio, Tasmania
Beginning with helping the clients assess and select the parcel of land, the design process of Dolphin Sands Studio has been a close collaboration. The site was selected for it’s relative isolation and especially it’s outlook.

11 Apr 2022
Kelvedon Park Club House
Design: AKA Architects
Kelvedon Park Club House Tasmania
photo : Natasha Mulhall
Kelvedon Park Club House
With arguably the most picturesque ground in Australia, the original change rooms left a lot to be desired. The redevelopment at Kelvedon Park has provided inspiring, modern facilities for the Taroona Football Club.

21 Mar 2022
Origami House, Hobart
Design: Matt Williams Architects
Origami House Hobart Tasmania
photo : Adam Gibson
Origami House, Hobart
This new Tasmanian building is located on a remnant internal block in inner Hobart, Tasmania, surrounded by nine neighbours. The property folds it’s way across and down the site, creating private outside and inside spaces for clients that were as focused on the garden as they were on their new home.

9 Mar 2022
Riverview House, Sandy Bay
Architects: Studio Ilk Architecture + Interiors
Riverview House Sandy Bay Tasmania
photo : Peter Mathew
Riverview House, Sandy Bay
‘De-clutter my life!’ was the overriding theme to Studio Ilk Architecture + Interiors’ client’s brief. Riverview House had to have a place for everything and the provision to conceal the ordinary items of daily life to give a sense of calm and space, to provide the feeling of being in a holiday home.

10 Feb 2022
Huon Barn House, Lucaston
Architects: Studio Ilk Architecture + Interiors
Huon Barn House Tasmanian buildings
photo : Thomas Ryan
Huon Barn House
Studio Ilk Architecture + Interiors’ brief for Huon Barn House was to create a robust home for a growing family using simple forms and rustic materials while allowing for the client, a carpenter/joiner to take ownership of much of the fabrication himself. The simple detailing and forms expand upon the unpretentious farmhouse vernacular and adapt the arrangement to create a series of flexible spaces for living.

29 July 2019
Bridge of Remembrance, Queens Domain – Tasman Hwy, Hobart
Architecture: Denton Corker Marshall Pty Ltd
Bridge of Remembrance, Hobart, Tasmania
photo : John Gollings
Bridge of Remembrance Hobart
A distinctive gateway to Hobart, commemorating the fallen. Thousands attended the Anzac Day dawn service in Hobart, the first commemoration to be held since completion of the Bridge of Remembrance which links two of the city’s most significant public spaces – the Cenotaph and Soldiers Memorial Avenue on the Queens Domain.

13 Jan 2019
The Oasis House, Hawley Beach
Architects: Starbox Architecture
The Oasis on Hawley Beach Tasmania
photograph : Michael Nesham
House on Hawley Beach
This new house was wrapped around the pool so that as you moved through the house the pool, pavilion and water feature would be the focus instead of the surrounding homes.

19 Nov 2018
Five Yards House, Hobart
Architects: Archier
Five Yards House in Hobart Tasmania
photograph : Adam Gibson
Five Yards House in Hobart, Tasmania
The plan was designed around the desire to be constantly engaged with the garden. Rather than a simple glass cube, the garden was to articulate the house and in return the house would articulate the garden.

UTAS Medical Science 1, Hobart
Lyons, Melbourne, Australia with JAWS – Design Architect
UTAS Medical Science 1, Hobart: University of Tasmania School of Medicine
image from architecture practice
Tasmanian Building
Initially called the ‘Co-location project’, the conceptual basis for the project was to create a synergistic environment for these once separated facets of the University. At the core of the concept is the creation of a ‘new culture’, reinforced in the building’s image and its social and functional planning.

Devil’s Corner Vineyard, Sherbourne Rd, Apslawn
Architecture: Cumulus
Devils Corner Vineyard Tasmanian buildings
photograph : Tanja Milbourne
Devil’s Corner Vineyard Tasmania
Reopened in December 2015, the project seeks to create a new tourism experience by combining a lookout, cellar door and complimentary food experiences in the heart of the scenic East Coast of Tasmania.

Pumphouse Point, Lake St Clair
Architecture: Cumulus
Pumphouse Point Tasmanian buildings
image courtesy of architects firm
Pumphouse Point in Tasmania
The project involved the adaptive reuse of Pumphouse Point into a wilderness retreat. The existing heritage listed, art-deco style buildings – ‘The Pumphouse’ and ‘The Shorehouse’ – were constructed in the 1940s as part of Tasmania’s hydro electric scheme and are positioned within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

MONA Tasmania
Architect: Nonda Katsalidis, Fender Katsalidis, Melbourne
MONA Tasmania building in Hobart
photo : Lindsay Johnston
MONA Tasmania, Hobart

Cross House in the forest of Mount Nelson
Architects: Esan Rahmani + Kathryn Hynard
Mount Nelson residence Tasmanian property
image from architect
Tasmanian Property

Port Arthur Resort
Design: Circa Architecture
Port Arthur Resort Tasmanian buildings
photo from FD
Port Arthur Resort Building

Design: Circa Architecture
Saffire Tasmania architecture
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Saffire Tasmania

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