Located at the gateway to the Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park, the Cradle Pavilions will provide a unique, alpine accommodation experience unlike any other local offering.
Envisaged as a place of immersive luxury and rejuvenation, the development consists of the main Guest Services building and a signature Bathhouse serving 34 private accommodation pavilions, all serviced by a branching pathway system.
Developed in partnership with Stay Tasmania, the project recently received Planning approval.... read more
Members of the JAWS team recently paid a visit to our Brighton High School project under construction.
The opportunity to see first-hand how the concept drawings and construction documents translate into built form was an invaluable lesson in understanding build-ability for our graduates, and a useful reference for our more senior members!... read more
Congratulations to Abby Hibberd on passing her Architectural Practice Examination, the primary pathway to registration as an architect in Australia.
Abby is a highly talented and professional practitioner who has a great future ahead of her.
We look forward to having Abby now take on greater responsibility on a range of exciting projects within the JAWS office.
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We are excited to announce the elevation of Chris Egan as an Associate of JAWS Architects.
After skillfully embracing a whirlwind initiation period, Chris has established himself as an invaluable team member and leader within the office.
Always keen to put his hand up for a challenge, his dedication and unassuming and collaborative manner has seen him successfully drive a number of healthcare, hospitality and residential projects.
His leadership on the Brighton High School project has been a particular standout, also managing to incorporate a mentoring role for a few of our graduates in his stride along the way.
We are excited at the prospect of Chris contributing to the future direction of the practice.... read more
It was exciting to walk around the Brighton High School construction site with two First Nations artist teams last week. Sited within the school’s central learning street, the artwork will focus on Palawa culture and connect with aspects of the school curriculum. A key design feature, the learning street is envisaged to be an immersive landscaped space designed for informal learning, quiet contemplation, and passive recreation. We look forward to viewing the design proposals in the coming months.... read more
Channel Christian School’s new Arts and Recreation Center (ARC) has become a valued and welcome addition to both the school and its community.
The main multipurpose space is lined with perforated plywood, which is both robust enough for sporting activities as well as noise dampening when used as a performance space.
The music room doubles as a community meeting space with a stunning outlook over North West Bay and kunanyi / Mount Wellington. Both rooms and the outdoor courtyard are served by a generous, centrally located kitchen which supports a variety of school, community and family events.... read more
Construction is under way!
The new training and administration facility for Master Builders Tasmania has been designed to suit a variety of uses, from classrooms and function spaces to outdoor training areas.
Designed as a composition of cubic forms, the building acts as a showcase of local materials and construction techniques for apprentices to reference.
Internal volumes are modulated to define specific uses, allowing natural light into learning spaces and views through to the garden-scape whilst still maintaining privacy.
It was very exciting to see the Minister for Education, Roger Jaensch along with the Mayor of Brighton Leigh Gray, Liberal MP for Lyons John Tucker and Fairbrother’s Southern Tasmania Construction Manager Phillip de Jong turn the first sod at the new Brighton High School site today!
A fantastic project for the Brighton community and one JAWS feels privileged to be a part of.
The team led by JAWS Architects, with health planning from NTC Architects, has delivered Phase 1a of the Royal Hobart Hospital Emergency Department Expansion.
JAWS worked closely with the consultant team, hospital staff and Hansen Yuncken builders to fast track the project, going from sketch design to handover of the finished product within 14 months. Construction of the new 28 beds in the Emergency Department will provide a much-needed short stay unit to provide relief for the growing pressures on the Tasmanian Health System and any future pandemic responses.... read more