In the rough

Added on by steven postmus.

Oyster Apartments located on Pearl Parade in Scarborough uses rough and robust external materials to reduce maintenance in the coastal environment. A 'precious' lining adds a richness and provides a moment between internal and external spaces.

Pearl Parade Street frontage

Pearl Parade Street frontage

Study model.

Study model.

To the lake

Added on by steven postmus.

CAPA has designed another project in collaboration with Weststyle Design & Development and Gavin Hestelow.

Views and vistas to Lake Monger were an important aspect of the design.

Views and vistas to Lake Monger were an important aspect of the design.

CAPA Gold

Added on by steven postmus.

Located directly across from Leederville Oval, this project encourages people to come to the edge via a gold balustrade which doubles as a counter.

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An early study model . .one of many.

An early study model . .one of many.

Parkland Dreaming

Added on by steven postmus.
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We have started designing a new residence adjacent to a communal parkland..... We are dreaming.

The Street Elevation for Parkland Dreaming.

The Street Elevation for Parkland Dreaming.

Triplex as a Complex

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Currently in design, this triplex development in the suburb of Woodlands will combine the architecture and landscape and provide all the owners, privacy, promote city views, shade and a natural material aesthetic

CAPA office is open......

Added on by steven postmus.

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CARRIER AND POSTMUS ARCHITECTS (CAPA) have opened to new premises and a new name (formerly Studio Baan Architects)

Special thanks to Brian and Lorna Carrier, Melanie Postmus + family, Gerry and Beverley Postmus, Jeff Edwick, Michael Green, Simon Pendal, Stephen Neille, David Hillam, Bob Allen, Martin and Diego Palleros, John Madden and all our clients  for their support and assistance.

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