Cutout laser cut steel sun screening fitted in the refurbished Beth Gleeson Building at La Trobe University in Melbourne. A burnt orange finish, featuring polished Stainless Steel spacers and dome head nuts.
Friends involved: Darren Carnell Architects - Elite Property
Presbyterian Ladies College
Working closely with Cox Architecture, Cutout developed a new blind fixing method for the Corten Rusted Steel cladding of the external lift shaft at Presbyterian Ladies College in Melbourne.
Friends involved: Cox Architecture - Edmanson Constructions - Design Stainless Industries
Village at Parap
Cutout has worked closely with Sitzler construction of Darwin to create the security laser cut screening for Village@Parap residential apartment development, situated in the inner city suburb of Parap in Darwin, Northern Territory. These Cutout screens have been chosen as an exciting architectural alternative to Stainless Steel cabling, which was to be used initially.
Friends involved: Sitzler - Deicke Richards Architects
Waurn Ponds Library and Community Hub
Shortlisted for Colorbond architectural steel award.
Waurn Ponds Library and Community Hub is located adjacent to the Leisurelink facility in Waurn Ponds; just outside Geelong in Victoria. Over 550 powder coated Mild Steel laser cut perforated panels have been used in the production of the building cladding facade. Cutout panels feature a custom design to represent the chain of ponds from which Waurn Ponds was derived.
Friends involved: Group GSA - Lyons Construction - AGB Engineering - Design Stainless Industries
Our friends at Caltex commissioned Cutout to design and construct the laser cut perforated facade for Burleigh St Bridge in Newtown, Victoria. The Cutout design team, headed by Graham Kenneday, developed this laser cut design based on the Caltex Star Logo, which has been broken into elements to form this striking subtly corporatised pattern.
Monash University, Melbourne
Commissioned by Hansen Yuncken, this Cox Architecture design was developed by Cutout to screen two areas in the refurbished Matheson Library at Monash University in Melbourne. Roughly twenty two thousand laser cut circular perforations form the design of this purpose built feature screening.
Uni Lodge, Darwin
Sitzler have chosen an intricate Cutout design adding security to this architectural decorative screen for Uni Lodge in Darwin. Our own backing fixing method, requiring only vertical or top and bottom support, has been widely used in our projects with great success. Our approach creates a solution which is strong, safe and simple to install.