THE QUINLAN GROUP NEWS
Our new townhouse development in Lennox Head has been designed to function either as separate holiday units or one large dwelling. The dynamic street facade appears as a single integrated development, and references the fluid movement of the world class point break it overlooks. The pared back, low maintenance landscaping and white washed facades also harkens back to the architecture of the Greek islands - an early reference from the client.
This competitive tender for a large waterfront development was a trip down memory lane for our Managing Director. Ten years after the completion of Stage One at King Street Wharf in Sydney, this project brought back together the Project Architect, Development Manager and Construction Manager of that incredibly successful project, for another shot at reworking a significant track of dilapidated inner city foreshore.
In June this year, long term collaborator Darryl Gordon commenced refurbishment of the Terragong estate in Jamberoo, a Georgian farmhouse built in 1858 and set on 12 acres of pastureland (with documentation support from the Quinlan Group of course.) Terragong will be reopening as a bed and breakfast in 2016, so we can all enjoy the fruits of his labour. You can follow the story of this historically significant redevelopment at www.terragong.com/.
Our tenth collaboration with Compass Group, the world's leading food and support services company, will go to site in Brisbane next month. This project involves the delivery of a mini food hall and convenience store in two separate tenancies at the award winning Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. The Quinlan Group with JPM Design and Construct will provide full design, documentation, costing, approval, certification, construction and project…
Believe it or not, this modernist jewel is actually an alterations and additions project. The original modest two storey bungalow has been absorbed into a contemporary three storey residence of the highest quality. Softened by a curving roof form, the dwelling nestles discreetly into the end of a cul-de-sac in Woollahra, and captures views out over Cooper Park. Keep an eye on The Quinlan Group website for professional photographs; to follow…
Currently in design development, this waterfront project involves the redevelopment of an existing dilapidated two storey commercial building into a contemporary three storey retail and commercial destination. Once completed, the building will act as a landmark gateway to the adjacent retail precinct.