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Silo’s Electrifying Moment

Tasmanian based photographer Simon Toogood (http://www.toogiephotography.com/) captured the moment that lightning struck ARTAS adaptive reuse project Peppers Silo Hotel. He spoke to the Examiner Newspaper about making the shot "The lightning strike might have only lasted about 30 microseconds"... To read the full article visit the link below.
28th March 2019
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Cheese For Change

Our Launceston staff took part in a Cheese for Change breakfast and enjoyed a range of toasted cheese sandwiches in support of White Ribbon Australia on Monday 18 March. A great initiative of White Ribbon and an opportunity for our staff to discuss what zero tolerance to violence against women means to us as individuals and to our company. For more indepth…
18th March 2019
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Fairbrother Charity Ride

ARTAS Director Scott Curran was invited to join the inaugural Fairbrother Charity Ride between Devonport and Hobart on 15 - 16 February 2019. Undertaking a gruelling 358 kilometres and 4800 metres of elevation in just two days the team of 17 started out at the Bluff in Devonport finishing with a tough climb up Mt Wellington to the finish line. The…
19th February 2019
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LGH car park expansion

Launceston General Hospital to expand multi-storey car park A proposal to add another two levels of parking to the Launceston General Hospital has been advertised with the City of Launceston council. The upgrade will provide and extra 139 car parking spaces. The Department of Health has engaged Artas Architects for the development. “The additional car parking is intended primarily for…
19th February 2019
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Kia, Volkswagen showrooms moving to Invermay

Kia, Volkswagen showrooms moving to Invermay A “significant sized” car showroom is planned to built next to Bunnings on Invermay Road. Developer Errol Stewart plans to move his Kia and Volkswagen dealership to a new 300sqm site on Goderich Street. A development application advertised last week proposed to move the Wellington Street JMC Trade Centre to the site, however Mr…
18th February 2019
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Mark Miller achieves Green Star Accredited Professional qualification

ARTAS’ Mark Miller recently achieved his qualification to become a Green Star Accredited Professional. Green Star Accredited Professionals have a detailed understanding of the Green Star rating system and the ability to apply the rating tools to projects. Green Star certification is a formal process during which a building, fitout, or precinct is awarded a rating by an independent, third…
7th January 2019
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ARTAS Architects is employing

We are currently seeking an Architectural Graduate to work part time within the Launceston studio as part of a dynamic team of Architects where you will constantly be encouraged to develop your capabilities and broaden your horizons while working on a diverse range of projects. The Role This role will offer an excellent opportunity for you to experience all aspects…
11th December 2018
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5 star Green Star Design and As built rating

ARTAS Architects are leading the way in sustainable architecture with the CH Smith revitalisation project in Launceston, registered for a Green Star rating with the green building council of Australia - and targeting a 5 star Green Star Design and As built rating. Green Star is Australia's trusted mark of quality for the design, construction and operation of sustainable buildings,…
27th June 2018