Dodges Ferry House

Dodges Ferry House

Peering over the dunes – Dodges Ferry House frames the spectacular ocean views on a stormy day! The harsh conditions of the site have been a challenge for this particular project. The combination of high winds, heavy rain and eroding sand has been a test of...
Fitzroy Pool | architectural insertion

Fitzroy Pool | architectural insertion

This architectural insertion contrasts colour and texture at the Fitzroy Pool! A combination of existing brickwork, new coloured fibre cement panels and exposed services. Dare to be bold! Thanks to Tom Roe Photography...
Bruny Island Shack | update

Bruny Island Shack | update

Defining interior space with sharp angles, our @BrunyIsland build is taking some shape! Views are controlled along the entry corridor, until all is revealed… More to come. #aspectbuildingsolutions #shack #australianarchitecture #landscape...
LUMA Woodfired Pizza

LUMA Woodfired Pizza

Our most recent hospitality project LUMA Woodfired Pizza Cambridge Park is in the heart of a large retail outlet on the out skirts of Hobart, this small commercial space was converted to a specialty restaurant and bar.The sharply raking ceiling wood fire oven and...
ehabitat website launched

ehabitat website launched

Dock4 is very proud to announce the launch of our sister company ehabitat’s new website. Modular spaces for living and working: visit www.ehabitat.com.au to get an idea of the limitless range of configurations on offer. Unlike other modular systems, ehabitat is...
New partnership with ehabitat modular spaces.

New partnership with ehabitat modular spaces.

A recent Dock4 meeting at the Vineyard House (refer Chatto Wines, Isle Vineyard), an eHabitat modular home designed & developed by Dock4 director Giles Newstead. Despite the exposed site buffeted by south-westerlies straight off the Southern Ocean the house is...
Dock4 Published In Architecture Australia Magazine

Dock4 Published In Architecture Australia Magazine

The Clarence High School Sports Pavilion has been published in the latest Architecture Australia Magazine “Pavilion Architecture from The Ephemeral to the Perennial”. Big thanks to Paddy Dorney for the words. You can check out some pictures of the project...