Pumphouse Point Retreat

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The Retreat - Pumphouse Point Pavilion, Lake St Clair Tasmania. JAWS Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. Off-site Fabrication minimises site disturbance, reduces the construction cost and time frames and also has the added advantage of allowing the highest quality finish to be ensured throughout the pavilion.

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‘NOMAD PODS’ by JAWS Architects and Pod Matrix have just been launched through an initiative by Parks Victoria.   The Pods have been showcased at the Melbourne Grand Prix and were designed to be easily transported on their own trailers and can be completely self-sufficient. The feedback from the public has been overwhelmingly positive and we are really excited by the possibilities of this brand new offering.

Jaws Architects: Nomad Pods

‘NOMAD PODS’ by JAWS Architects and Pod Matrix have just been launched through an initiative by Parks Victoria. The Pods have been showcased at the Melbourne Grand Prix and were designed to be easily transported on their own trailers and can be completely self-sufficient. The feedback from the public has been overwhelmingly positive and we are really excited by the possibilities of this brand new offering.

Pumphouse Point Retreat by JAWS Architects.

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Pumphouse Point Retreat by JAWS Architects.

Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.

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Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.

Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.

Jaws Architects

Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.

Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.
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Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.

Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.
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Jaws Architects: The Retreat

Jaws Architects have taken off-site prefabrication to a new level of refinement with the design and development of the latest additional to the unique Pumphouse Point premium accommodation experience. The building is built from weathered vertical timber boards and is perfectly nestled at the edge of the existing regenerated vegetation line.

Pumphouse Point Retreat by JAWS Architects.

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Pumphouse Point Retreat by JAWS Architects.

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.
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Jaws Architects: The Retreat

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.
Construction CostWindowsRoom

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Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.
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Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Pumphouse Point is a historic former industrial building that sits proudly in the wilds of Tasmania’s’ stunning world heritage Lake St Clair. Extending the 1940’s concrete Shorehouse lounge area required not only a clear understanding of the heritage values of the buildings and precinct, but also a keen desire to provide visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in this wild glacial environment.
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Jaws Architects

Pumphouse Point is a historic former industrial building that sits proudly in the wilds of Tasmania’s’ stunning world heritage Lake St Clair. Extending the 1940’s concrete Shorehouse lounge area required not only a clear understanding of the heritage values of the buildings and precinct, but also a keen desire to provide visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in this wild glacial environment.

Pumphouse Point is a historic former industrial building that sits proudly in the wilds of Tasmania’s’ stunning world heritage Lake St Clair. Extending the 1940’s concrete Shorehouse lounge area required not only a clear understanding of the heritage values of the buildings and precinct, but also a keen desire to provide visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in this wild glacial environment.

Jaws Architects

Pumphouse Point is a historic former industrial building that sits proudly in the wilds of Tasmania’s’ stunning world heritage Lake St Clair. Extending the 1940’s concrete Shorehouse lounge area required not only a clear understanding of the heritage values of the buildings and precinct, but also a keen desire to provide visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in this wild glacial environment.

Pumphouse Point is a historic former industrial building that sits proudly in the wilds of Tasmania’s’ stunning world heritage Lake St Clair. Extending the 1940’s concrete Shorehouse lounge area required not only a clear understanding of the heritage values of the buildings and precinct, but also a keen desire to provide visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in this wild glacial environment.
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Pumphouse Point is a historic former industrial building that sits proudly in the wilds of Tasmania’s’ stunning world heritage Lake St Clair. Extending the 1940’s concrete Shorehouse lounge area required not only a clear understanding of the heritage values of the buildings and precinct, but also a keen desire to provide visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in this wild glacial environment.

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Jaws Architects: The Retreat

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Jaws Architects: The Retreat

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.

Jaws Architects: The Retreat

Guests discover the building through a narrow curved pathway leading from the Shorehouse, entering through the covered entry and climbing the stairs to a floating sun-filled room with picture windows overlooking Lake St Clair deep in Tasmanians World Heritage Area.