Birrelli art + design + architecture
Birrelli Architects is an eight person team, the recipients of numerous national and international awards, working in areas including project management, graphic art, interpretation, heritage adaption and conservation, architecture, landscape & urban design. Our team are locally trained, embrace a passion for sustainability, with a deep empathy for the unique Tasmanian environment. Birrelli recently completed the re-development of the heritage buildings in the Boag’s precinct, which this year won a National Sustainability Award. One of Birrelli’s biggest successes was winning the recent Public Architecture Award for the Australian Technical College, Inveresk Railyard Precinct.
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James Boag and Son New Brewhouse
James Boag and Son is the oldest continually brewing site in Australia. This new brewhouse becomes the latest heart-transplant, the fifth incarnation, and a wonderful opportunity for Boags to engage in the time-honored conversation of brewing and the longevity of the famous brand into the future. Winning the national BPN Sustainability Commendation Award 2009; and both the AIA Sustainability Commendation Award 2010, and the AIA Commercial Architecture Award 2010… the rigor of this new industrial icon of ESD showcases architecture stepping outside normal realms to integrate all facets of functional processes, whilst still achieving significant high levels of sustainability through proactive energy and waste reduction.
Sunset Boulevarde House
A cool house on a gorgeous stretch of the Tamar River.
Australian Technical College
Inveresk Launceston, 2009
Set within the nationally listed heritage precinct of the Inveresk Railyards the ATC’s form, scale, silhouette, chiaroscuro and tactility pays careful homage its industrial context. Birrelli Architects are proud to be the recipient of the prestigious AIA Public Architecture Award 2009 for this innovative educational facility. The 21C leading-edge environment utilizes ICT rich ubiquitous facilities for learning anywhere anytime; learning commons and the ‘forum steps’ are proportionally balanced with smaller private instructional teaching spaces, and the trade kitchens + workshops make positive links with outdoor learning areas that engage with the heritage industrial precinct of Inveresk. The college embraces the central tenants of student-centered and life long learning, and interconnectedness of knowledge and the human condition of communication.