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Baxter & Jacobson Architects Pty Ltd

Baxter & Jacobson Architects Pty Ltd

Baxter & Jacobson Architects offer extensive experience in Architecture, Master Planning, Interior & Urban Design.

Level 2, 37-39 The C , Manly 2095

9977 7648 M 0408 770 294
Type: Service Provider
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With offices in Manly and Byron Bay, BJA deliver award winning projects locally, across Australia & overseas.

 

We have 35 years experience in achieving successful Development Approvals in Manly. Our projects include refined commercial design solutions on constrained urban sites, many with Heritage constraints, in Manly’s iconic beachfront tourist precinct and further afield.  

 

Our designs optimise net lettable area based on our in-depth understanding of planning codes & building regs & local context plus efficient space planning - delivering high quality contemporary retail and office space.

 

BJA is responsible for many successful redevelopments in The Corso including number 60, 82-86; Quicksilver, Surf Dive’n’Ski , 88, 92 + 110 The Corso (Heritage listed corner tearooms now Starbucks & offices), Humphries Newsagent and Rollers Bakehouse in Rialto Lane to name a few - most with commercial offices above.

 

We collaborate with experienced teams of professional consultants to deliver integrated built solutions and we monitor development applications through local Council, providing key timely input to facilitate the process.

 

Our expertise also includes residential, educational & commercial design & industrial projects. We design new houses and alts & adds and create efficient elegant housing solutions, working closely with the owners in response to budget + context.

 

We are inspired by the potential inherent in Place + Community and the capacity of Architecture to create a sense of belonging and support wellbeing.

Contact Details

Address : PO Box 104, Manly NSW 1655

Telephone : 0403 997 754

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