Well, Spring has sprung on Collins Street (see above), the startup is one month old and it has been a very busy month indeed. We are excited to announce that the work is coming in. We have two new strategic development planning projects on the boards, one for a site in a premium retail and residential precinct, and the other for a more gritty and bustling central activities area. In both cases we are investigating a mix of all kinds of uses from residential to multi-deck car parking and retail, and responding to the context with innovative models for smart development.
Apart from that, in the world of bricks and mortar we have a number of projects on the go ranging from the very small to the medium-sized. We are working on multiple housing, individual houses and a number of other building types, helping our clients do everything from maintenance and upgrade of their homes to the design of entirely new buildings and extensions.
All things considered we are busy little bees in startup land. In fact, there is a question about how long we can call ourselves a startup - our new friend Dougal, (twitter @mrdougal), one of the IT crowd in the studio, thinks that once you have successfully monetized your product or service, you can't use the term 'startup' any longer. Bugger. Fortunately, we like to break the rules, so for now we will stick with the archistartup tag.