Proud to be involved in the “Wish” development located in Bruce, Canberra with the creative collaborative of TP Dynamics and AURORA Design. At the marketing launch last Friday, we were entertained and humbled by the words of TP Dynamics Founding Director Tony Pan, on his vision for Bruce and the value he places on people and relationships.
Wishing for a beautifully crafted new home, designed by amazing architects, in an established area close to entertainment, lifestyle and study precincts? Your wish is here.
Wish is 56 beautifully planned townhouses and 12 Sky Terraces in the heart of tranquil Bruce. The Wish village has an abundance of style and substance both inside and out with a mix of two and three bedroom townhouses, each with basement or undercroft car parking beneath. Live the lifestyle you have always wished for with the best sporting and entertainment venues in Canberra just a stroll away and numerous boutique shops, cafes and restaurants at your fingertips including Westfield Belconnen just down the road.
Exciting to see the Bruce Masterplan Project develop from Concept through to Marketing Phase. My first project collaborating with AURORA Design, since starting my own practice in February 2018. I have known the director of AURORA Design, Maurice Mandalinic for over 24 years and its great to work with someone who not only has extensive experience in Residential Design and Delivery, but who is also a good friend. Equally impressive is TP Dynamic’s vision to improve the Urban Streetscape of Bruce through quality design and their ability to promote innovative and creative design solutions.
Having visited Japan in 2016, I was delighted to find these images in Pinterest. I drove past the Nagakin Capsule Tower (photo below) designed by Kisho Kurowaka and always wanted to know what it looked like inside. Some lessons to learn from this 1972 building on how to design micro, affordable housing for the masses.
Prefabricated construction is in its infancy but with increasing demand on tradition construction and speed and the sustainability benefits of prefabrication, could this new manufacturing industry change the way Australia builds?