What does an engineer’s office look like? Maybe you’re studying engineering and wondering. Maybe you’re at high school and considering career options.
Construction of this architecturally styled new home in Kenmore kicked off this month.
Splayed over three levels and nestled into the Kenmore landscape, this home features a luxurious mid-level master bedroom at the same level as the main living space and three more bedrooms on the upper level.
The home’s entry showcases the hearty colours of raw timber with exposed timber pergola rafters over shot edge timber decking. A truly magnificent ‘future ‘streetview’.
Cornell Engineers knows a bit about cyclones and their devastating effect on communities. So when we were asked by Year 3 and 4 class at Derrimut Primary School, an Inquiry-based government school in the Western Suburbs of Victoria that is learning about physics and natural disasters, we were quite keen to help.
There are currently 765 students enrolled and 49 nationalities across the year levels at Derrimut Primary.
The 3/4 Gallery 1 Community, consisting of 70 students, have been learning about physics as part of their Inquiry unit. The students have been exploring both simple and complex machines in the past and are now applying their knowledge on a global scale to discover how engineers use these tools to respond to issues around the world (such as natural disasters). How impressive!! Continue reading Cornell Engineers answer Year Three and Four’s Questions
Check out this stunning house extension and deck at Holland Park.
I particularly love the gorgeous timber deck and the massive bifold doorway. And who wouldn’t want that humungous gas cooktop!
Congratulations on a beautiful home extension and thanks for sharing your photos.
How devastating would it be to buy a property and the first guests at your door are your neighbours saying that you just bought a lemon….
Welcome to our nightmare.
Check out this article about how a class action is being levelled at Victoria’s VBA.