1830 Restaurant & Bar, Port Arthur Visitor Centre.
JAWS Interiors latest restaurant fit-out in collaboration with Rosevear Stephenson Architects is now open!
The new restaurant titled 1830 is located in the recently redeveloped Port Arthur Visitor Centre. With sweeping views of the Penitentiary, gardens and grounds, the 1830 restaurant is a perfect place to enjoy drink after exploring the site.
JAWS worked closely with Rosevear Stephenson Architects to Redevelop the Port Arthur Visitor Centre due to increased visitor numbers creating a demand for circulation improvements and an internal fit-out.
This sensitive yet confident redevelopment offers panoramic views, always encouraging visitors to look beyond, through the trees out to Port Arthur. From the cafeteria and restaurant down to the staff quarters, the view out to the site is always at the foreground of the design.
The furniture takes its lead from the minimal architecture with simple seating and locally made Tasmanian oak tables.
A dark and intimate restaurant steps up toward a moody luxurious dining room closed in from the Visitor Centre with a brass mesh curtain.
The end result is a minimal and sophisticated Visitor Centre that can comfortably cater for the large crowds visiting the convict site.
Photography by Adam Gibson Photographer
Custom joinery by Vos Construction & Joinery P/L
New images have now been released of our work at Pumphouse Point for both the Shorehouse Addition and Guest Retreat thanks to Adam Gibson Photography.
More images are available on our website.
Be sure to follow us on social media to stay up to date on our current projects: https://www.instagram.com/jawsarchitects/... read more
Our Three Capes project is featured on the cover of the latest Timber Trader Magazine!
The article written by Finn Seccombe, details the use of timber in bush fire prone areas and uses our Three Capes Project as a case example;
“2016 Australian Timber Design Award winner JAWS Architects has raised the bar with their innovative use of timber
in the Three Capes Track Cabins project. Situated in the picturesque coastal scrub on the Tasman Peninsula, Three Capes Track Cabins are a perfect example of intelligent
design in timber”
... read more
JAWS Architects were invited to be a keynote speaker on ‘Tourism Architecture in Unique Places’ at the recent Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference held in Adelaide.
The Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference brings together the world’s leading speakers on ecotourism, sustainability and responsible tourism. It brings all the key players to the table – tourism operators, protected area managers, tourism organisations, indigenous bodies and researchers. Increasingly Global Eco is at the hub of partnerships between protected area managers and the tourism industry – across infrastructure and investment, quality, conservation and land management.
JAWS Architects believe it’s important to promote discussions of ideas, innovation and best practice with industry professionals.
For more information please visit: https://2017.globaleco.com.au/
For those of you that missed JAWS’ feature on Australia by Design last week, here is the link!
The Australia by Design series contains nine episodes which count down the top ten architectural project’s in each state and territory.
We are very excited to share that we were not only nominated in the top ten for the Tasmanian category, but were lucky enough to take out the top ranking position for our Three Capes Track.... read more