JAWSArchitects in association with Hansen Partnership were engaged as a part of Council’s ongoing commitment to providing public spaces and facilities that accommodate the diverse needs of the community.
The design of this house was a close collaboration between architect and client, a talented builder who was up to the challenge of building his own home on a steep and narrow block with expansive views over Hobart.
Featured in the Mercury last week, JAWS proposal for the Civic Square site proposes a dynamic waterfront development which aligns with Hobart’s vision of connecting nature, history, culture and business in the heart of the city.
Featured in today's Mercury, 'Spirit Place' is a dynamic waterfront development which aligns with Hobart’s vision of connecting nature, history, culture and business to each other in the heart of the city.
JAWSArchitects were commissioned to assist with the design of new joinery, furniture and lighting for Hobart’s historic Legislative Council Chamber which was finalised last week, before the sitting of the new Council.
Bree joined JAWS Architects in 2017 after returning to Hobart from living interstate where she completed an Honors degree in Interior Design. She brings impressive and extensive qualifications in Project Management and Environmental Design to JAWS .
The annual Tasmanian Architecture Awards recognise the finest accomplishments of Tasmanian architects. This year, the Three Capes Track Cabins by JawsArchitects has been recognised with an Award for Commercial Architecture.