A selection of Tasbuilt's new homes in 2018

Take a look back at some of Tasbuilt's finest designs for the past year..

This amended Blackman design was elevated to maximise the views of the East Coast and surrounding country side, and provide a secure parking area underneath. The distinctive large glass front of the Blackman design provides a light filled living area with generous raking ceilings and a beautiful oak coloured timber floor.

A stylish two bedroom residence and attached studio room. This home features dark vertical panel cladding, a concealed flat roof, and seamless floor to ceiling windows making it a sleek architectural home. The low maintenance Modwood decking completes the coastal living sensation.

A clever adaptive design that offers a flexible holiday accommodation solution on this stunning site at Swanwick near Coles Bay. Overlooking the turquoise water and red lichen covered boulders that distinguish this popular holiday destination, a special part of this home is the stunning ‘chequer-plate’ decking incorporated to overcome the high bushfire rating of the site.

If you love colour this is the home for you! Full marks to our brave clients who never baulked at a splash or two of colour in this sun soaked Hardwicke at Scamander. Apart from the colour, we really love the massive deck overlooking the coastline, and the huge double glazed stacker doors. The signature raking ceiling and highlight windows of our Hardwicke design complement this beach home perfectly.

A home designed for rest and enjoyment and lots of laughter! A stand out in this beautiful home is the eye-catching granite benchtop, and the stylish but practical elevator from the ground floor to the upstairs living spaces. Large wrap-around verandahs provide a perfect finish to this bountiful home.

Tasbuilt worked with well-known Launceston architect, CMK Architects, to provide this custom design modular classroom solution to the St Patricks College in Launceston. The clever combination of Matrix and Colorbond cladding delivers a contemporary façade that blends in with the existing buildings on the site.

Another version of our popular Blackman design, on an elevated site overlooking Bicheno and Diamond Island. By excavating into the sloping block a double garage is incorporated under the home. A timber staircase leads up onto the inviting deck area, complete with a stainless wire balustrade that sets off the coastal lifestyle that this home is all about. We also love the bold rust coloured floor to ceiling tiles in the bathroom and ensuite.


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