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Project Mt Macedon – Rimba Retreat

2019-11-07T12:02:51+00:00 October 31st, 2019|Architecture, Design, Modscape, Projects, Things We Love|

Ever wanted to stay in a Modscape home and dreaming of a little getaway? A chance to switch off to somewhere tranquil and private? Well stop lusting. The owners of this Mt Macedon retreat are now taking bookings. The retreat is designed to complement the beautiful rural setting and positioned to take advantage of the spectacular views across to Hanging Rock. With just 100sqm of internal space, the small footprint is intimate and it’s easy to switch off, kick back [...]

Things We Love: teamLab’s Latest Melbourne Exhibition

2019-10-24T10:27:13+00:00 October 23rd, 2019|Design, Things We Love|

International art collective teamLab are back in Melbourne for the first time since its digital phosphorescent whirlpool made waves at NGV’s Triennial in 2017. You might remember the playful room of projections in which artists used light to simulate ocean currents. The Australian premiere of teamLab’s latest work consists of four screen works experimenting with movement, waves and calligraphy. Reversible Rotation at Melbourne’s Tolarno Galleries explores the relationship between humans and nature, and between oneself and the world; one is [...]

Twisting Art Gallery Bridge

2019-10-28T10:24:43+00:00 October 20th, 2019|Architecture, Design, Things We Love|

There’s a new spectacular twist to the evolving design history of a Norwegian sculpture park – a bridge. Traversing the Randselva river in southern Norway sits a contemporary art institution that doubles as infrastructure, intelligently designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Architects. Dubbed ‘The Twist’, the spectacular structure, torqued at its center, is designed to reconcile the different heights of the riverbanks, and in turn creates a unique and impressive sculptural aesthetic. Bjarke Ingels, BIG’s founding partner, said: “The Twist…is [...]

Design Series -Staircases: Modern Staircase Design Ideas

2019-10-18T10:27:03+00:00 October 18th, 2019|Architecture, Design, Modscape|

Some would argue that staircases are purely practical – designed to get you from A to B. However, with the introduction of new materials and building practices, staircases of today can be more than just functional and are quickly becoming one of the major features in architect designed homes. Given their span and structural elements – the way that they join and navigate space, and how they scale both horizontally and vertically – it is no wonder that they offer [...]

Meet the Team – Mary Thompson

2019-10-11T15:33:20+00:00 October 11th, 2019|All, Modscape|

From designing our modular buildings and documenting the designs for construction right through to coordinating the many trades in our factory and making sure the building materials arrive on time, it takes an amazing crew of people to run Modscape. Today we introduce Mary Thompson, one of Modscape’s Project Supervisors. […]

Templestowe Secondary College

2019-10-03T11:47:22+00:00 October 3rd, 2019|Architecture, Design, Modscape, Projects|

Working closely with Sensum Group, Modscape designed and constructed a new prefabricated building for Templestowe Secondary College. The innovative modular structure houses the school’s Resource Centre – the learning and social hub of the campus. The Resource Centre has a full student kitchen and chill-out zones for students to study in comfort or meet up with friends. ?There is also a large silent study area for those who need peace and quiet. Curved walls and double height spaces add dynamic [...]

4 Benefits of Modular Construction for Multi-Residential Projects and Modular Apartments

2019-09-24T12:06:15+00:00 September 24th, 2019|Architecture, Design, Modscape|

With market conditions tightening and developers looking for new ways to maximise their investments, modular multi-unit residential and modular apartment developments have risen to prominence. Targeting medium scale developments and infill housing, the modular methodology is making build times more rapid and cost-effective, providing stringent quality controls and eliminating costly errors. So, rather than cut corners to make projects meet timelines and budgets, savvy developers are trumpeting modular solutions to achieve quality, design-led results but with greater control. Here are [...]

Public Housing Drive to Build Offsite + Modular Capacity

2019-09-17T10:36:38+00:00 September 17th, 2019|Architecture, Design, Modscape, Press/Media, Projects|

Words from Built Offsite magazine - Issue 17? The Victorian Government's $209 million commitment to building an additional 1000 public housing properties over three years is helping build capacity in offsite construction. Project management firm Sensum is currently working with the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to deliver the 1000 home program, which is responsible for managing public housing in Victoria. The objective of the program is to boost the state’s public housing, a form of long-term [...]

10 Modern Home Plans and Design Tips for Contemporary Living

2019-09-11T14:07:03+00:00 September 10th, 2019|All, Architecture, Design|

Neutral tones like grey are becoming more popular than ever because it makes the interior of the home appear bigger. In addition, instead of intricately carved antique-style cornices or pillars, modern homes are also using cleaner lines that make the home look neater and more composed. When it comes to space, big floor to ceiling windows or curtains can be enough to make a room look more spacious. High tray ceilings also make it seem roomier.

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