We are very excited to announce that our most recent project at 45 Wangaratta Street, Richmond has won a 2021 National Architecture Award for Commercial Architecture. This award complements the 2021 Victorian AIA Award for Commercial Architecture the building also received earlier this year. Results such as these are a testament the fantastic work done by our architects MA Architects and the entire project team. Check out the full article here for further information https://architectureau.com/articles/2021-national-award-for-commercial-architecture-2/
Excited to announce the successful sale of Wangaratta Street. For further details check out the article in today Urban Developer https://www.theurbandeveloper.com/articles/beams-projects-office-richmond-hong-kong?utm_source=TUD+Master+List&utm_campaign=3ae78d73e0-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_07_03_11_11_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9f25b32131-3ae78d73e0-188424727
Lots has happened behind the scenes since we last reported progress on our Swan Street apartments – this is just a snippet of what’s happening, beautifully framed by Melbourne local Dan Hocking.
Over the past few months Minicon Construction have excavated layer upon layer of tough Richmond basalt and the foundations are now in place. Works are progressing at a rapid rate as we are coming out of the ground and making headway. With MAArchitects keeping a close watch over progress the building will really start to take shape in the new year.
Crisp new letters have been skillfully applied to the façade of Wangaratta Street by local legends Larry Stammers of Sign Vision and Gaston the Painter. The site will be home to our future HQ, creative and business spaces and a local coffee place. Follow our Instagram for more shots over the coming weeks.
The end of the construction phase for us, MAArchitects and the rest of the team but new beginnings for the Farmer and Cutter Street townhome owners. We had architectural photography heavyweight Trevor Mein at the site to catch a few images of the homes before we handed over the keys. More pics of the site will be revealed in time, stay posted.
Further progress being made on our Swan Street apartments site with the completed Cutter Street Townhouses just beyond.
A quick snap the Farmer Street townhouses courtesy of MAArchitects. They’ve been working closely with Balmain & Co checking final details before the keys are handed over to the new homeowners in just a few weeks time.
We just received this render / photo split from MAArchitects following their latest visit to site. We’re particularly enjoying the materials’ characteristics developing as they meet the environmental elements, even at this early stage.
Taking a minute to appreciate some well laid plans, and lightbox-mounted too. To be found in our display at 429 Swan Street, Richmond. Only a few weeks left to visit before we make way for the new Swan Street apartments.
To provide more flexible living spaces in the Farmer Cutter and Swan apartments, MAA designed these custom furniture items that can be adapted to varied daily demands. It’s great to see them in situ at our display suite and see how living spaces can be be re-imagined and improved.
You may have spotted some of our Farmer Cutter and Swan posters somewhere around Richmond, in amongst promo for some happenings a stone’s throw from the site.
Breaking ground at Farmer Street with new hoarding expertly constructed by a Beams brother.
Good (signpainted) font meets blue skies and some token Melbourne urban decor - exciting changes coming to this space over the next while.
Great to see so many come through our sweet display today.
Open again tomorrow 11 am to 1pm if you missed us (or are doubly keen) – 429 Swan Street Richmond VIC 3121.