Posted on 22 June, 2012 09:19am
Our initial designs responded to our clients brief by creating a contemporary rear addition clearly contrasting with the traditional villa. Two offset folded forms clad in sheet metal were to provide the basis of the design. The sheet metal was envisaged to wrap from roof to wall encasing the living zones. These were arranged in a way to direct views over the garden and outdoor terrace while screening the neighbours. The focus of the design is essentially the courtyard space and outlook to screen the neighbours. The project is now underway with RC processing and BC drawings in progress.
Stage two of The Edge ASB Theatre refurbishment is due to start in December 2012 and involves replacement of the circle seating, handrail upgrades and
Archoffice was the selected architect to provide a concept design for Te Rangi Recreation Facility. The plan has been designed with flexibility and po
This project involves the demolition of the existing house which was constructed in 1975. Demolition in Res 1 zones is allowed in this case because h
The Clients approached Archoffice to discuss options to renovate their newly purchased house in St Heliers. Archoffice’s initial response addres