We were approached by Robert Orrell from Brand Promotions Pty Ltd to help design and manage the approval process for his new office space in Mascot. From an empty concrete shell, we helped bring this empty space into a modern and practical office space by managing the design and approval processes as well as project manage the fit-out onsite with the nominated builder. We are truly happy for Robert and his team!
The existing occupant of the mechanical repairs workshop wanted to add a hand carwashing service to his mechanic workshop. Our office worked closely with both our external team of consultants as well as ith Canterbury City Council’s planners in order to obtain the necessary approvals.
Having been a fashion shop, the clients wished to run this commercial space as a pizza bakery. This shop is highly visible along Queen Street and serves great pizzas…just ask the local council staff!
Our client’s brief helped us to understand the strict standards within a Thai massage environment. Although the interior environment looks relaxing and indulging, great care was taken towards creating a Thai experience within every space.
The existing Thai restaurant had been running for some time and the owner approached our design office to help provide design ideas for a new ‘face-lift’. After having liaised with the client and with the design management office at Casula Mall we helped design and prepare all necessary documentation for the new Thai restaurant via the complying development process.
The owner approached our design office to help design and approve the change of use for a new TSG tobacco station. The initial space was purely an empty concrete space. Our design office worked closely with Westfield’s design management team as well as with the nominated private certifier to make sure it was design well and also approved via the complying development process.
The client approached our design office to help manage the design and approval process for their new first floor granny flat addition to their existing single storey brick veneer home in Raby. We helped obtain development consent via the complying development process.
The client wished to upgrade the existing site and maximise the total allowable building area on the site. Through the complying development process we were able to prepare all the necessary documentation for a first floor addition and rear extension with a timber deck to the existing single storey weatherboard residence. We were also able to design a covered outdoor BBQ area and a 60sqm granny flat (secondary dwelling) with an adjacent workshop. The proposal was provided with final consent received within approximately 10 working days once all necessary documents were submitted to the certifier.
After the initial design consultation at our office in Crows Nest, our client was provided with two (2) conceptual designs in order to choose from. Once the the conceptual design was finalised we commenced with preparing all the final building design drawings and other relevant documents necessary for consent. This project was completed under the complying development process and as such once all the necessary documents were submitted to the certifier, the client enjoyed receiving the final approval within approximately 10 working days.