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Project site progress: Mercato on Byron

Posted by on Sep 27, 2018 in Skou | 0 comments

Project site progress: Mercato on Byron

Building works are proceeding on site at Mercato on Byron with Hutchinson Builders. CSArchitects, with support from the Powe Architects team, has been delivering for...

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Mercato on Byron Shopping Centre

Posted by on Jul 10, 2018 in Skou | 0 comments

Mercato on Byron Shopping Centre

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Retail Renovation Rescue – Surfers Paradise

Posted by on Mar 29, 2018 in News, Newsletter | 0 comments

Retail Renovation Rescue – Surfers Paradise

CSArchitects,  with documentation support from Powe Architects, is delivering a major renovation of the retail plaza known as X Galaxy Shopping Mall, at the corner of Elkhorn Ave and Surfers Paradise Boulevard on the Gold Coast. Demolition is well advanced on site and is progressing quickly. X Galaxy plans to convert the centre into an entertainment precinct featuring an open shopping arcade and emporium on the ground floor, including food stalls. The upper floors will be significantly reconfigured to accommodate Palace Cinemas’...

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Dude, Where’s my Lego? Part 1

Posted by on Mar 28, 2018 in Newsletter, Skou | 0 comments

Dude, Where’s my Lego? Part 1

Pondering Prefab – Part 1 In Part 1 of this this two-part insight article, Christian Skou, Director of CSArchitects, looks back at the origins of Prefabricated Construction and traces its development through Europe the US & Canada. Dude, Where’s my Lego? As aspiring architects, many of us would have played with building blocks as small children. Some of us may have been lucky enough to have Lego or even Meccano among our favourite building toys. And who hasn’t dreamed of using large scale Lego to build real buildings and real...

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