This is a small but challenging project successfully completed just before Christmas 2017.
Architect: JNC Architecture
Building Certifier: Stonehenge Consulting
Structural Engineer: CL Engineering
Builder and Carpentry: Thornton Builders
Gas and plumbing: Mario
Decking finish: Spa N Deck “Merbau” from Cannon Hill Paint Place
Labourer and Painter: JNCA
JNC Architecture is pleased to announce the successful completion of Hot Stuff Gifts and Collectables at Logan Hyperdome.
This bespoke fit-out for Hot Stuff Gifts and Collectables at Logan Hyperdome was completed in June 2015. The builder had to painstakingly sort through 4 batches of 6mm marine grade Meranti plywood at the supplier’s warehouse in order to craft the timber entry portal and the slat-wall display system. The slatwall display system was custom designed and constructed with precision by the builder in order to achieve the simplicity and elegance intended for the shopfront. This was a necessary innovation due to the lack of commercially viable materials and systems that would match-in successfully with the Merenti Ply. The timber theme is then carried through into the interior with “the bar”, a ply clad column and rustic timber vinyl flooring. The entire theme attempts to create a warm and inviting space for customers come “hang out” at the “bar” and explore the “man cave” within.
Credit goes to Cornerstone Shopfitting for closely collaborating with JNC Architecture to deliver this outstanding product within a tight budget for our very satisfied client.
Check out the construction blog here.
Here is a link to a recent press release about the Gilston Town Square project.
The final push before the grand opening day.
Bar complete. Graphics installed. Flooring commenced. Stocking scheduled for next week.
Shopfront installed. Ply slatwall complete. Bifold doors installed. Joinery “Bar” underway. The builder’s attention to detail has been exceptional. Everyone is excited and looking forward to seeing the final finished product. 1 more week to go!
Custom slat wall trial was a success. Plywood to “portal” underway. Feature painting complete. Shop front and portal framing progressing well.
Back of house almost complete. Painting commenced. Shopfront framing underway. Wall display cabinet carcasses installed.
Services roughed in. Ceiling and wall framing complete. Lining commenced.