JAWS Architects is proud to have two projects feature in Australian Traveller’s annual list of 100 unique stays. The Three Capes Track Huts recognised as an eco-friendly nature stay, noted as ‘cutting edge in terms of remote comfort and eco design’. Movenpick Hotel was also selected in the City stays category, with the JAWS designed rooms described as ‘contemporary, refined and generous’. Additionally, the ‘upper rooms in particular are rich in panorama (harbour and kunanyi/Mt Wellington views). Visit Australian Traveller to view the whole list!
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JAWSARCHITECTS has helped Tasmanian Veterinary Hospitals re-imagine their Bellerive facility, which will begin construction later this year.
Prioritising the care of animals and comfort of owners and staff, the improved spatial layout will include a dedicated dog and cat waiting area, four additional consulting rooms and a surgical recovery area.
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Completed in 2018, the much-loved Bruny Island Hotel accommodation villas are set to expand! Due to demand, the success of the design and amenities offered, JAWS has been given the opportunity to implement an additional five structures.
Building upon feedback from both the hotel operators and customers, JAWS has a unique opportunity to tweak and improve the already successful accommodation. Each additional retreat will retain an expansive view of the D’Entrecaseaux Channel, a cosy window seat and private sheltered deck.
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Preceding the gymnasium addition to the Channel Christian School, two new modular classrooms were designed and completed in 2020.
Utilising JAWS extensive knowledge in modular construction, along with clever use of materiality, the structure was to appear permanent and not at all like a demountable. The moveable nature of the structure allows the school flexibility, with the potential to move to another one of the school’s campuses if required.
The use of long-lasting materials and subdued colours were in response to the semi-rural setting. A large solid timber awning and north-facing covered deck creates a great outdoor learning space and connects the classroom with the outdoor areas.
Neutral interior spaces with soaring ceiling lines and ample natural light creates a fantastic learning environment throughout the new build.
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JAWSARCHITECTS have provided ongoing assistance with the master plan design and implementation for Channel Christian School. Located beside the beautiful D’Entrecasteaux Channel in Margate, the school facilitates primary age students from kindergarten to year six.
An exciting stage in the development, a purpose-built gymnasium and music teaching facility (pictured) is soon to begin construction! We are looking forward to this stage of the project getting underway.... read more
JAWSARCHITECTS Cascade Bar & Restaurant project has been named as a finalist in the 35th Dulux Colour Awards in the commercial interior – public & hospitality category. The awards celebrate projects that have best displayed an innovative use of colour.
Featuring a striking gloss green ceiling, the two-tone colour scheme fosters a deeper connection to the heritage character of the original building and helps to enhance the Cascade brand.
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The JAWS design for the HSBC pavilion in China has been selected as the wining proposal for the WGC-HSBC Champions 2021 at Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai.
JAWSARCHITECTS have partnered with NaN studio (Shanghai) to deliver the design and construction of the main building “Hex Suite” and a single storey player lounge.
Our design has taken a different approach, with an emphasis on modular construction to minimizing wastage and allow for a high level of quality through offsite manufacture.
JAWSARCHITECTS will complete the design documentation and provide ongoing advice during construction remotely to ensure high-level details will be translated into the final build.
The next phase of design is commencing in early May.
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We are pleased to introduce Tom and Amy, our two newest members of the JAWS team.
Thomas (Tom) Novakovic joins us from Sydney after a brief stint in the balmy climes of the Northern Territory, bringing a wide range of experience in both domestic and commercial fields.
Amy Boadle is a recent Interior Design graduate from The Foundry Creative School based in Hobart, bringing her enthusiasm for creating exciting living and working environments to the practice.
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