alsoCAN Architects
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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: flooring structure
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Dear Michelle,

We had a stainless steel shower tray formed up for under the duckboard timber slatted floor. The timber slats are in sections so you can lift them up to clean the shower tray.

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Jane McDougall ARBV 14988
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
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www.alsocan.com.au

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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: What is the skirting in the bathroom? is it tile or steel?
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Dear Marietta,

Excuse the delay in getting back to you. I was away.

The skirting is anodised aluminium.

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Jane McDougall ARBV 14988
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
Mb: 0413 332 874
www.alsocan.com.au

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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Is the back wall tiles that look like pressed metal?
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Dear Aimee,

Yes, the back wall is pressed metal from Wunderlite.

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Jane McDougall ARBV 14988
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
Mb: 0413 332 874
www.alsocan.com.au

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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Where is the walk in shower? is duckboard part of the drain?
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Dear Beverley,

The shower is in the middle, coming down from the ceiling, to the left of where you can see the shower curtain.

Yes, the floor is duckboard timber slats on top of a stainless steel drainage tray that was made up by a stainless steel manufacturer specifically for this project.

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Jane McDougall ARBV 14988
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
Mb: 0413 332 874
www.alsocan.com.au

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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Wanting to change the layout of my 80m2 apartment.
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bigreader
Oklouise. You put a lot of effort into your comments. Great work :)
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111mel111

Wow Louise. So very grateful for your suggestions.

The exclusive use of the front garden would only be accessible from the front of the sunroom where a deck leading to stairs will be. Exclusive Use has finally been agreed and approved. Unfortunately the position of the side windows would lead onto the side driveway which runs along this side of the building.

A special levy has been paid for replacing the side windows and replacing the front windows to doors. I guess the type of door could be changed as we have not finalised the go ahead with any quotes.

Thanking you for all your insight and appreciate your help Louise.

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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Simple Works Contract
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twistedstairway
Thanks alsoCAN. Good information and it does help!

Going through this process so far has taught me that good architects are worth their weight in gold. I would not be willing to spend my next 5+ years of savings on a house without seeing one.
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All good twistedstairway.
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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Stunning !
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Hi Miniman,

Thank you. Glad you like it.

It is not an off the shelf product.

The vertical supports are stainless steel angles. They were attached to the wall framing and plastered over. So easier to do if you are constructing a new wall.

The horizontal rails are spotted gum decking slats.

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Jane McDougall

alsoCAN architects


1/52 Burnley Street

Richmond V3121

Ph: 9421 3433

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Mb: 0413 332 874

www.alsocan.com.au


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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: What colour splashback?
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Gallifrey
We used these tiles from Southern Cross. Come in lots of colours.
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life.home.creative
If you have the need to create more light in your kitchen or have an incredible view into your backyard from the kitchen then adding a mirror splash back is elegant and feels like you've added additional space.
We did this to see our pool and the lights from the city as we love on a hill. It cost $1400 all up and was installed straight over existing tile!

Sorry pics are small but please click to open them!
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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Small bathroom reno
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Cordony Designs

Looks amazing!

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Creativelychallenged

Thanks for the info Kiralee :o)

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alsoCAN Architects commented on a discussion: Love these tiles - where are they from please?
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Hi Anne,

Glad you love it, but they are not tiles.

It is Wunderlite Floral pattern pressed aluminium sheet www.wunderlite.com.au

It isn't a material you usually find in bathrooms so if you want to use it in a bathroom be careful about sealing and waterproofing the walls.

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Jane McDougall
alsoCAN architects

1/52 Burnley Street
Richmond V3121
Ph: 9421 3433
Fx: 9421 3433
Mb: 0413 332 874
www.alsocan.com.au

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