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Brutal Art Design + Build Capability Statement

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Brutal Art Design + Build is a Melbourne based, multiple HIA Award Winning team of residential designers and builders that collaborate together from start to finish to deliver custom subdivision, …

Brutal Art Design + Build is a Melbourne based, multiple HIA Award Winning team of residential designers and builders that collaborate together from start to finish to deliver custom subdivision, property development & new home services for our clients.

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  • 1. 01_about us 02_projects and testimonials 03_contact capability statement brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 2. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact profile “This often brutal and Brutal Art Design + Build is a Melbourne based, multiple always mercenary HIA Award Winning team of residential designers and industry is, in fact, builders that collaborate together from start to finish to involuntarily directed deliver custom subdivision, property development & new at a remote distance by home services for our clients. intellectual and artistic Let your development project benefit from our award passion beyond its winning Design + Build services! ken.” manifesto -Robyn Boyd At Brutal Art, we exercise DESIGN RESTRAINT: taking things out to keep things simple, and making these few simple things good. At Brutal Art, we are PROCESS DRIVEN: respond to change, able to adapt and remain flexible. At Brutal Art, we drive EARLY IMPLEMENTATION: preventing potential issues by gathering information first, making early decisions with end buildability in mind. At Brutal Art, we offer a COMPLETE SERVICE: overseeing the entire process with a mutual benefit attitude for all stakeholders, ensuring smooth transition between each step. At Brutal Art, we value FREQUENT COLLABORATION: small amounts of communication often is paramount, keeping all parties up to date at all times. At Brutal Art, we are SITE SPECIFIC: maximising the opportunities of the site context – physically, environmentally, socially, economically and culturally. At Brutal Art, we THINK GLOBALLY: responding to relevant contemporary issues and applying a local solution. At Brutal Art, we are PROBLEM SOLVERS: using the power of design to find answers to the issues. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 3. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact team Christian Burnside Director Heather Davis Project Manager Simone Schenkel Simone is one of the core team here at Brutal Art Design Designer & Sustainability + Build, being one of the first to be hired several years Consultant ago. She continues to be a key influencer in our design thinking, applying the much stricter German detail and sustainability standards and philosophies to our team here in Australia. Esther Sugihto She is a key influencer in holistic design – understanding Lead Designer & Planning the role architecture plays in the context of the Australian Consultant lifestyle. Esther also brings a wealth of Design + Build experience from internationally reknowned European and Australian architects. Adam Sugihto Communications and Technology brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 4. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact The 7 Steps Process The 7 Steps are seven natural, sequential groupings of tasks that must be accomplished for any property development project: * Step 1: Assessment * Step 2: Strategy * Step 3: Concept * Step 4: Application * Step 5: Detail * Step 6: Build * Step 7: Realisation Each of the 7 Steps has a goal that serves as a significant milestone for the project: Step 1: Assessment • To provide a Property Development Assessment that gives a project a High (good to go), Medium (Proceed with caution) or Low (no go) level of confidence to proceed – before spending too much time or money. Step 2: Strategy • To produce a Strategic Business Plan for the project that will ensure all project partners (financier, accountant, solicitor, planners, architect & builder etc) are on the same page. Step 3: Concept • To produce concept drawings that satisfy Size-Finish- Cost criteria and have pre-planning approval. Step 4: Application • To obtain a Town Planning Permit. Step 5: Detail • To produce a detailed working drawing and documentation package. Step 6: Build • To complete the dwellings with Certificate of Occupancy and individual titles (where subdivision is involved). Step 7: Realisation • To realise your return on investment brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 5. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact services New Home Services Be an Architect for a Day A unique opportunity to see your design ideas guided and translated onto paper in real time! Establish a Concept Design Allow your dream home to come to life in a detailed Concept Sketch & 3D model. Obtain a Planning Permit Where necessary, engage our services to arrange for a Planning Permit for your new home. Assemble a Working Add construction details to your drawings in order to obtain your Drawings Package Building Permit. Manage the Build Engage our services to faithfully see your dream home come to life. Subdivision and Development Services Early assessment of Find out if a property you own or wish to purchase STCA is suitable Development Potential for subdivision / development. Obtain early Council Find out how Council views your subdivision / development before feedback you spend time and money on a Town Planning application. Establish a Concept Design Distill your brief into a detailed Concept Sketch & 3D model. Obtain a Planning Permit Ensure your subdivision / development progresses successfully through the Planning Permit Application process Assemble a Working Add construction details to your drawings in order to obtain your Drawings Package Building Permit. Manage the Build Engage our services to faithfully translate your multi-unit development from paper into bricks and mortar. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 6. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact project name Surrey Hills House date Completed 2008 awards 2008-09 HIA CSR winner Residential Alterations and Additions design statement The Surrey Hills house attempts to redefine the concept of suburban renovation and adaptation. The framing of the house was stripped back to its skeletal timber members, forming the basis of a major renovation while retaining as much of the existing conditions as possible. An additional front articulation mas was added to create a formal entry into the building - a deliberate central voided space. Programmatically, the living/dining/kitchen area is located in the north wing; bedrooms and other associated ancillary rooms are located in the south wing. This project exemplifies the ability of a client/builder/ designer collaboration. The builder suggested to retain the existing structure in an effort to minimise costs and promote a sustainable agenda. Whilst there are more unknowns for the designer in the retention of the old, all issues were design-solved in a process driven approach. Further, it evolves from a discourse of history with layers of meaning, encouraging a narrative of the site that is not present in new construction. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 7. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 8. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact project name Rivulet date November 2007-present project type residential estate design site area 20,000 sqm council Nillumbik Shire Council design statement Rivulet is the urban design scheme for a spectacular 20 hectare vacant creek-side site in Diamond Creek, approximately 25km NE of Melbourne. The approved development is a 79-lot subdivision; a combination of single houses, townhouses and apartments ranging from one to five bedroom dwellings, and a mix of social housing and privately owned residences. Rivulet is an exercise in a successful design-led town planning process with a deliberate sustainability agenda. It demonstrates how to listen to the council, liaise with the council, respond to feedback from the council, and ultimately serve up a design solution that exceeds their own housing policy documents. Its an example of mutual benefit where the client’s desires to develop the land and council’s need for innovative housing proposals are aligned. This results in a showcase project that promotes the natural vegetation and topography of the specific site, and aims to create a quality of housing that - from an Ecologically Sustainable Design perspective - thinks global and acts local. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 9. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 10. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact project name Derring Lane houses date completed Nov 2009 project type two lot subdivision site area 550 sqm council Kingston City Council design statement The Derring Lane houses are two luxury 3 bedroom units on a corner site in Cheltenham. There was an opportunity to create a design statement using bold forms, a mixed palette of materials and articulation with overhangs and setbacks. Both houses sit prominently on the site and relate to each other, but retain their own personality also. This is an example of how to maximise the site and use land to create two large family homes on a relatively small footprint - an example of successful urban consolidation. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 11. brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 12. Bedroom Bedroom Retreat Retreat Bedroom UNIT 2 UNIT 1 Balcony Bedroom Foyer Bedroom Balcony Bedroom First Floor Plan 1:200 Garage Garage Dining UNIT 2 UNIT 1 Porch Entry Dining Entry Living Living Porch Ground Floor Plan N 1:200 brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 13. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact project name Allanby date completed TP 2009 project type three lot subdivision site area 929 sqm council Glen Eira City Council design statement The Allanby project is a contemporary design of three townhouses in Ormond. It utilises common materials in residential housing in a new manner with bold formal gestures. The sweeping roof is designed to open up the facade to the north, whilst protecting the existing amenity of the neighbours to the south. There is a large thermal massive wall running through the townhouses - this is designed to act as an internal wayfinding guide as well as providing a connecting visual cue across the site. The dwellings are all designed with Ecologically Sustainable Design principles (ESD) at their core. The passive techniques of north facing living areas, external shading devices, deep overhangs on the appropriate orientations plus many other considerations contribute to the thermal comfort of the internal occupants and lower embodied energy of construction materials and lower life cycle costs. In short, this is a design which aims for low carbon emissions. 1700 1400 existing crossover 6500 brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD
  • 14. 01_about us profile and manifesto team The 7 Steps Process services 02_projects and testimonials single dwellings multi-residential dwellings mixed use 03_contact contact Company Brutal Art Design + Build Address Suite 101 McPherson’s Building 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Phone +61 3 9620 2241 Fax +61 3 9621 1452 Web www.brutalart.com.au Email enquiry@brutalart.com.au brutal art www.brutalart.com.au Suite 101 | McPherson’s Building | 546-566 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 p +61 3 9620 2241 | f +61 3 9621 1452 | enquiry@brutalart.com.au DESIGN + BUILD

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