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droneifa247 · 14 hours ago
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For any high-end buyer, pool, landscape, outdoor living spaces, and nearby attractions of their property matter a lot. Using drone pilots Melbourne, you can showcase these features of a property and add them to your listing to attract buyers. Contact us: https://droneifa.com.au/
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droneifa247 · 5 days ago
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The real estate industry is not new to drone technology and its uses. Drones have been effectively used for many purposes in the real estate industry.
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droneifa247 · 2 months ago
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Drone technology is the thing in today’s tech world. People all over the world are using this technology, from kids to high-profile businesses; everyone wants to make use of  drone services Melbourne for their benefit. Aerial filming and photography have found many uses and almost in every industry.
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droneifa247 · 2 months ago
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To make your real estate property stand out from others, the use of a drone is one of the latest techniques. The best drone videography Melbourne pictures creates unique compositions that would never have been possible otherwise.
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droneifa247 · 3 months ago
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We provide drone aerial intelligence and analysis that helps businesses to make better decisions, work faster and work safer. Property Interior Photography melbourne is one of our signature services if you like. We provide affordable business, high-end interior and exterior property photography for Estate Agents and Private Customers.
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droneifa247 · 3 months ago
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Drone IFA specializes in photography and videography in the property sector. Our highly skilled drone pilots Melbourne will visit your site and shoot all film and video required. Visit: https://droneifa.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DroneIFA/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dron... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/droneifa/ E-mail: droneifa247@gmail.com Contact Us: 61403749785SHOW LESS
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droneifa247 · 3 months ago
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Drone IFA specializes in photography and videography in the property sector. Our highly skilled drone pilots Melbourne will visit your site and shoot all film and video required. Visit: https://droneifa.com.au/
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droneifa247 · 3 months ago
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Professional aerial drone photography and drone videography Melbourne is creating High-impact aerial shots that were used to be reserved for those who could afford a helicopter — but not anymore. Drones are changing our everyday lives, creating opportunities previously unheard of.
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droneifa247 · 3 months ago
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Drone IFA specializes in photography and videography in the property sector. Our highly skilled drone pilots Melbourne will visit your site and shoot all film and video required. Visit: https://droneifa.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DroneIFA/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dron... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/droneifa/ E-mail: droneifa247@gmail.com Contact Us: 61403749785SHOW LESS
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droneifa247 · 4 months ago
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Drone technology is indeed the most advanced type of technology that is changing all the present markets. It has introduced and opened new scopes before the people. When the whole world is passing through a tough stage of a pandemic, it is vital to opt the advantages of drone. They are presumed to be one of the best technology that is loved by the people and the big business houses. It will be glad to know that the new technology is being preferred by the people of this fast changing world. It is a great development.
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droneifa247 · 4 months ago
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It will be right to say in that the concept of PROPERTY INTERIOR PHOTOGRAPHY Melbourne is unique and important in true sense. This will give you a clear view of the property. Most of the time, it is not possible to get a complete picture and view of the property. But with the help of advanced technology and science you can do a lot of work easily and simply.
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droneifa247 · 5 months ago
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The recent rise of drone photography has given a new dimension to the whole world. You can observe a lot of facilities while using drone photography. It not only provides the opportunity to take incredible photos from various angles but has also opened new opportunities for professional photographers.
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droneifa247 · 6 months ago
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Drones are a great way to optimize any business and they have proven that. Not only real estate, drones are being used widely in all the different industries like movies, weddings, police and much more. For now, let’s have a clear vision and check out why the real estate industry is highly interested in drones.
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droneifa247 · 7 months ago
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Drone footage helps illuminate their home and shows features from angles that customers cannot see in general inspection and gives property buyers the confidence. DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY and VIDEOGRAPHY services provide the best aerial views to showcase any property in the sky from a unique perspective, including images, videos, etc.
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architectnews · 6 days ago
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Morwell TAFE Early Learning Facility, Victoria
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TAFE Early Learning Facility in Morwell, Victoria
4 May 2021
Morwell TAFE Early Learning Facility, Victoria
Architects: GHD Woodhead
Location: Morwell, Victoria, Australia
Less than 12 months after its inception, Morwell TAFE’s new learning facility was being enjoyed by students thanks to the modular building techniques utilised in its construction.
The two-storey, purpose-built Health and Early Childhood Training Centre (HECTC) accommodates nursing, allied health, individual support and early childhood education and care, along with specialised nursing and individual support labs, specialised early childhood learning spaces and general-purpose classrooms – sectors all catered to local job demands.
With architecture by GHDWoodhead, the building was constructed by Modscape in its Brooklyn factory over a short 12-week period, before being installed to site and ready for occupation only weeks later.
The HECTC facility forms a gateway to the Morwell campus with a defined, angular aesthetic, aptly clad in Colourbond Monument Spandeck. Full-height windows connect the inside and out, and triangular metal sunshades run vertically along the second storey, enhancing passive design principles while teaming with the building’s angular motif. The shape and proportion of both levels of the building also follow those of the golden rectangle – a rectangle with sides equal to the 1:1.61 ratio – iconic proportions that are seen in buildings such as the Notre Dame cathedral, the Taj Mahal and many of the built works of Ancient Greece.
The ground floor is comprised of three general purpose classrooms and an early learning facility, separated by operable walls for flexible and dynamic teaching possibilities, in addition to two shared staff offices, a staff room with kitchen and amenities. Meanwhile, the first level, which can be accessed via stairs or a lift, features two more classrooms, each flanked by an aged care ward in which students can practise theory hands-on in a realistic work environment. Operable walls divide the spaces, while a meeting room and common learning room provide further opportunity for group collaboration.
The brief for Morwell TAFE specified that the new building not “appear modular”. The completely bespoke design caters to this aesthetic, while a concrete plinth base firmly grounds the modular structure and adds to the strength of permanency to site. In addition, durable, high-quality materials elevate the structure and unify the building with other TAFE Gippsland facilities.
The HECTC building is stage one of a dual-stage delivery for the education precinct, with a second stage building, the Trade and Skills Centre, expected in late 2021.
TAFE Early Learning Facility in Morwell, Victoria – Building Information
Architects & Interior Designers: GHD Woodhead
Completion date: 2020 Building levels: 2
Photography: Sherise Fleming
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architectnews · a month ago
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Shoreham House, Mornington Peninsula
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Shoreham House in Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
23 Mar 2021
Shoreham House
Architects: Borland Architecture
Location: Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
Built overlooking the Bass Strait in Shoreham on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia the Shoreham House by Borland Architecture is designed to soak up the ocean views.
This project is all about the water view. The clients wanted a home as close to the water as the planning rules would allow, with as many rooms facing the view as possible. They wanted to expand their living space, create different zones for his teenage kids, work and play whilst still being able to train horses and run their businesses. The home was to be single level, follow the natural fall of the land and be private from the main road.
It was to be robust to withstand the extreme weather with minimal maintenance yet luxurious and comfortable.
What building methods were used? Blockwork, Steel and timber structure. Concrete render, glass and timber paneling to external facades. Integral windows with 25mm frames to all fixed and sliding panels.
Internally, feature walls in Sandstone and Easycraft VJ board with all others plastered with polished concrete. Floors in Endicott crazy paving and engineered timber floor boards. Bathrooms with Alt Surfaces X Bond micro cement to all walls. All benchtops in custom cast concrete with joinery in timber veneer and laminate.
What were the key challenges? Being a green field site in an area of outstanding natural beauty, getting a planning permit to construct a home in this environment is challenging.
The brief called for as much glazing as possible facing the water views. Unfortunately the water is on the southern side of the building which created challenges in regards to achieving high performance in energy efficiency. The ocean side of the building can be very exposed to wild weather blowing off the ocean so solutions had to be found to create alternative calm outdoor settings.
What were the solutions? Firstly, to construct a building on this property, the home needed to be a working farm. Our clients have a passion for horses and we therefore proposed to construct stables, a training ménage and divide the rest of the property into paddocks for horses and cattle which the clients would breed.
Secondly, the home had to be positioned so the view of the water was uninterrupted from the road. We modelled the entire terrain and planned a low level building set into the landscape to achieve this outcome.
In regards to the natural orientation of the building and the clients desire to maximise water views through full height glazing from every space, we firstly sought out the best performance glazing we could find. The product we used not only achieved this outcome by being double glazed with an argon filled cavity, but also had thermally broken frames which are extremely narrow in profile (25mm thick). The frames typically perform worst so by minimising the size we were able to achieve a better performance. We offset the high proportion of glazing with a very high level of insulation in the solid walls and roof.
The zoning of the home is also very important. Whilst all the views are to the south, this side of the home can be very exposed to the natural forces of nature coming from the Bass Strait. We designed the home to offer a calm counterpoint to this wild side by placing the alfresco dining, seating areas and pool on the northern side of the building. The building form wraps around these outdoor zones to shelter it and provide a peaceful setting whilst still being visually connected with the ocean through the home.
Shoreham House, Mornington Peninsula in Victoria – Building Information
Architects & Interior Designers: Borland Architecture
Project size: 690 sqm Completion date: 2020 Building levels: 1
Concept Design: Sally Draper Architects Architecture and Interiors: Borland Architecture Engineer: PSE Consulting Engineers Builder: Matt Johnson Building Services
Photography: Fraser Marsden
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24 Feb 2021 Over Pool House, Hawthorn, Victoria Design: Jane Riddell Architects photograph : Tess Kelly New House in Hawthorn Over Pool House was designed to allow for contemporary family life to play out beyond the formal front rooms of an existing Victorian house. The pool sits at the threshold between old and new built form and provides the element of surprise as one moves between the two distinct parts of the house.
21 Feb 2021 Powell Street House, South Yarra Design: Robert Simeoni Architects photograph : Derek Swalwell Powell Street House, South Yarra The existing 1930s duplex on a compact site in South Yarra comprised a ground floor and first floor apartment, each with its own external access. The owners wished to unite these two dwellings to form a single residence.
16 Feb 2021 130 Lonsdale Street
4 Feb 2021 Gold Street Residence
24 Jan 2021 Kardella Street Residence, East Malvern
8 Jan 2021 Markham Residence, Brunswick Design: Preston Lane Architects photo : Dylan James Markham Residence The Markham Residence is a significant heritage renovation to an existing unliveable house in Brunswick, Victoria. The client’s brief for this project called for a four-bedroom house with two living areas as well as off street parking via a rear lane.
20 Dec 2020 Little Creatures Brewery, South Geelong
20 Dec 2020 Greeves Street House, Fitzroy
2 Dec 2020 Beaumaris Re-Modern
30 Oct 2020 Cross-Stitch House Design: FMD Architects photo : Peter Bennetts Cross-Stitch House The brief for this new property in Victoria was to create new Living spaces, relocate the kitchen and bathroom and improve access to natural light. The functional requirements of the client were simple. The only particular requirement was to find a place in the design for 3 tapestries that her mother had made.
13 Oct 2020 Paperback House
30 Sep 2020 Ruxton Rise Residence
25 Sep 2020 Split House
21 Sep 2020 York Street Residence
21 Sep 2020 Small Grand Apartment
17 Sep 2020 Apartment 302, Sargood House
16 Sep 2020 Feng Shui House, North Melbourne
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7 Sep 2020 Malvern Garden House
1 Sep 2020 Colour Shingle House in North Melbourne
post updated 29 Aug 2020 Cloud House, North Fitzroy Architect: McBride Charles Ryan photo : John Gollings Cloud House North Fitzroy The Cloud House is an addition and renovation to a double-fronted Edwardian house in Fitzroy North.
24 Aug 2020 Gable House
20 Aug 2020 Piccolo House in South Melbourne
17 Aug 2020 Balnarring Beach House, Victoria
13 Aug 2020 Albert Park Residence Architecture: Kestie Lane Studio photograph : Peter Clarke Albert Park Residence The single fronted Victorian cottage was completely transformed from a dark and dis-functional residence to a light filled, highly detailed and functional home to suit the beautiful bayside location and lifestyle.
24 July 2020 Wildcoast House in Portsea, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Design: FGR Architects photograph : Peter Bennetts Wildcoast House in Portsea, Victoria FGR Architects has brought the best of simple, minimalist design to Wildcoast Road, Portsea, by creating a rectangular module home that effortlessly stands out amongst the establishment. The design is meticulous and considerate where upon first look, the family residence appears to be floating, as it sits perched on a crest.
27 Jul 2020 Hill House in Richmond
27 Jul 2020 Wildcoast House
10 Mar 2020 Daylesford 1863, Daylesford, Victoria, Australia Architecture: Moloney Architects photograph : Ben Hosking New House in Daylesford, Victoria Conceived as a home in three parts, this new residence consists of a restored heritage home, a contemporary pavilion extension, and a linkway that invites us to stop and dwell.
23 Feb 2020 Olinda House Architects: BENT Architecture photograph © Tatjana Plitt Olinda House in Melbourne, Victoria This new residence in Victoria is the result of a love story between the owners and their site. Designed for vets and keen gardeners, Matt and Leanne, the home brings the outdoors in and means their daily lives are immersed in greenery.
7 Feb 2020 Bluff House, Hawthorn East Design: NTF Architecture photograph : Dave Kulesza Bluff House in Hawthorn East This property client’s brief called for an open plan home, with generous living spaces on both the ground and first floor. The original floor plan showed restraints in the functionality of day-to-day living, so NTF Architecture wanted to create a family home where easy living was acquired.
30 Jan 2020 Canterbury Road Apartments, Surrey Hills Architects: Elenberg Fraser image : Pointilism Canterbury Road Apartments in Surrey Hills Located in leafy Surrey Hills, these suburban luxury residences along Canterbury Road visually extend to the lush landscape of Surrey Gardens.
21 Jan 2020 Sargood Street House, Toorak Design: Megowan Architectural photograph : Elise Scott Sargood Street House in Toorak A total overhaul of renovations and extensions to an existing Art Deco home in Toorak. No surface was left untouched.
11 Jan 2020 Turn House, Fitzroy North, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Design: Rebecca Naughtin Architect photograph : Daniel Fuge House Extension in Fitzroy North This is a small, single storey extension to an existing single fronted Victorian residence in North Fitzroy.
11 Jan 2020 Mid-Century Revival Residence Design: Detail 9 Architects Pty Ltd photograph : Matthew Forbes Mid-Century Revival Residence Collaboration is key to any successful outcome, so taking on this residential project was a great opportunity to partner with Secret Design Studio, Balwyn Builders and some fantastic clients.
6 Jan 2020 A House for All Seasons, Cremorne, inner suburb of Melbourne, City of Yarra, Australia Design: POLY STUDIO photo : Tatjana Plitt A House for All Seasons in Cremorne A contemporary house designed for the evolving needs of a young family within the context of a heritage streetscape in inner-city Melbourne.
5 Jan 2020 Roseberry Street House, Hawthorn East Design: Chan Architecture Pty Ltd photo : Tatjana Plitt Roseberry Street House Extension in Hawthorn East, VIC This new property project was a rear and upstairs extension to a double fronted Victorian terrace house in Hawthorn East. The brief was to retain the character of the period home at the front of the house and design a spacious, light-filled modern extension to the rear.
12 Dec 2019 Albert Park House Extension Architecture: Modscape photograph : John Madden Albert Park House Extension near Melbourne, Vic Inspired by their client’s brief for a minimalist, tranquil residence hidden away from the surrounding city, this architecture studio worked with the existing structure and added a new extension that would increase the amount of natural light and fresh air entering the house and provide an open living area with an intimate master retreat above.
4 Dec 2019 Swedish Summer House Architecture and Interior Design: Hindley & Co photograph : Greg Elms Swedish Summer House Elsternwick Hindley & Co are feeling the envisioned simpatico with the Yakisugi charred cladding on the Swedish Summer House style addition and garden studio.
24 Nov 2019 Hawthorn East House
20 Nov 2019 JP Courtyard House
6 Nov 2019 Studio Garage in Melbourne, House Extension
5 Nov 2019 Oak Grove Residence in East Malvern, Victoria
29 Oct 2019 Nightingale 2.0 Apartments
26 Oct 2019 House in the Woods, Donvale
28 Sep 2019 Connect Six House Design: Whiting Architects in collaboration with Fisher & Paykel photograph : Shannon McGrath Connect Six House This unique space is bursting with contemporary design that skilfully preserves the history of the existing Edwardian home, originally built in 1915.
26 Sep 2019 Elmhurst House in Kew
21 May 2019 Mullum Creek House in Donvale, Victoria
20 May 2019 Moat’s Corner
25 Mar 2019 Brace House, Albert Park Design: Finnis Architects photograph : Tom Roe Photography Brace House in Albert Park The property was a process of retaining and celebrating the existing architectural language of a double fronted Victorian terrace whilst transforming the remainder of the dwelling into an adaptable, contemporary, modern family home.
24 Mar 2019 Yarrbat Ave House, Balwyn Architects: K2LD photograph : Jeremy Wright Contemporary House in Balwyn The property design for was heavily inspired by the site, with its large oak trees on Yarrbat Avenue coupled with the open view out to the Dandenong Ranges.
21 Mar 2019 St Andrews Beach House, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Design: Austin Maynard Architects St Andrews Beach House on the Mornington Peninsula
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7 Mar 2019 Richmond Terrace Architects: Robert Nichol & sons photograph : Lillie thompson Richmond Terrace Property This home rebuild retained only the front and rear walls of the residential building – and a substantial waffle slab cement ceiling – the previous interior, which was confusing and over-constructed, was completely removed.
4 Feb 2019 Tree House, Kew Design: Andrew Child Architecture photo : Rhiannon Slatter Tree House in Kew Property upgrade of dark middle suburban Californian Bungalow into a light, modern 3 bedroom + study residence protecting a lovely cluster of huge trees in the backyard.
30 Jan 2019 Arrow House, Footscray, Victoria Design: Mark Lam Architect photo : Sarah Louise Arrow House in Footscray A renovation and extension to a Victorian weatherboard house in this inner Western Melbourne suburb, transforming the existing dilapidated double-fronted Victorian residence into an airy new home.
1 Jan 2019 Port Melbourne House, Victoria
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