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Morrison and Breytenbach team staying connected but protected during the COVID-19 emergency.

COVID-19 – staying connected but protected

Morrison & Breytenbach Architects would like to reassure you that we remain operational and confident that fundamentally it is ‘business as usual’ for the delivery of our architectural services during the current COVID-19 emergency whilst ensuring the health and wellbeing of our valued employees, clients, consultants and broader community.

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6 April 2020

Adaptive re-use of a previous academic building provides UTAS student accommodation with light, bright interiors and an uplifting atmosphere. Views through tree-tops to the River Derwent emphasise the University accommodation’s unique island setting.

2019 – The year that was

In 2019 a shortage of rental accommodation in Tasmania saw the University of Tasmania address the delivery of new student accommodation in a range of creative ways with Morrison & Breytenbach Architects kept busy in the design of a variety of accommodation solutions. Our ability to deliver outcomes in a timely manner reflects our experience and versatility in the multi-residential sphere.

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29 January 2020

Christmas 2018

Festivities, family and friends usher one year out and a new one in

Morrison & Breytenbach Architects wish all our clients, fellow industry consultants and product advisors a time of fine festive revelry to see the old year out and celebrate a new one coming in. The old holds fresh memories of recent achievements, and the new, the aspirations and dreams for 2019. We hope that both have been, and will be, fulfilling for you.

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20 December 2018

Hall’s Machinery by night

Open House Hobart – a chance to remember Hall’s Machinery

In November we opened our architectural practice to the public during Open House Hobart. Morrison & Breytenbach Architects purchased 82–84 Warwick Street, Hobart in September 2004. It had changed hands in 1999 after the death of its long time owner, was subsequently used to store excess product for Rossetto Tiles, and was earmarked for redevelopment as two town houses at the time of sale to us.

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11 November 2018

The University sets up in a tucked away location in The Cove.

The University sets up in a tucked away location in The Cove

The recently remodelled interior fit-out of learning spaces for University of Tasmania Journalism, Media and Communications by Morrison & Breytenbach Architects, has been up and running since the second semester of 2018. Unlike conspicuous new University facilities that have taken their place or are currently taking shape in central Hobart, this learning facility is tucked away in a location within lively public Salamanca Square.

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27 August 2018