THE QUINLAN GROUP NEWS
Managing Director Justin Quinlan recently presented with Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Parliamentary Secretary Rick Colless, SMH Editor Darren Goodsir and many others at the annual CEO and Business Leaders Summit at Parliament House. Hosted by Sein-Way Tan, Founder of Green World City Organisation and member of the UN Habitat Steering Committee, the summit focussed on the creation of advanced and sustainable projects worldwide. As a member of…
We've just received Ben Cole's images of our recently completed waterfront project in Pearl Beach, on the Central Coast of NSW. The project is a playful reinterpretation of the traditional beach shack weekender. Predominantly an interiors project with long term collaborator Darryl Gordon, the scope of work also included a new loggia, pool cabana, entry features and decks. As always, the success of this project is due in no small part to…
After a lengthy gestation period, one of our favourite projects is heading to site early next month. Inspired by the innovative design of the DeLorean DMC-12, these townhouses respond to the geography of the wedge shaped site, presenting a large curved rear end to the street and more pointed linear nose towards the water. The facades themselves are clad in a mix of rendered concrete, and reconstituted timber cladding and louvres.
This master planning project in Guangzhou, China forms part of the recently completed Pearl River New Town precinct. Comprised of an exclusive residential enclave overlooking the river and gardens, a retail mall strip mall, and an entire commercial park, the development contains some of the only freestanding residences in the entire central city region.
Darryl and Simon are in the process of adding the finishing touches to the extraordinary restoration and extension of the historic Terragong estate. Bookings for the boutique bed and breakfast, comprising accommodation for six, farmhouse kitchen, dining and living area, library, garden room and pool, can be made through their website at www.terragong.com.
This project for a mini food hall and separate convenience store in the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital was delivered from conception to handover in only twenty weeks. The works included an entire new plant room, upgrades to an additional plant room, and elevated floors throughout the food hall, with associated disabled access provisions. We were extremely pleased with the result, which according to the client "are a great reflection of…