Ausco Modular delivers room with million dollar view - for a tenth of the price.
Hand drawn on a scrap of paper, a simple ink sketch was the inspiration for this exciting, unique project.
Tasmanian winery, Brown Brothers contracted Ausco Modular to design, construct and install a customised building on site at their vineyard in Asplawn on the state’s east coast.
The project coincided with the launch of the new Devil’s Corner label for the Brown Brothers brand, with the building required in time for the advertised opening of the cellar door.
The Ausco Modular team worked closely with civil engineers and the client to ensure the project was manufactured and installed on time, shortly before Christmas.
Similarly, excellent detail and communication from the Ausco Modular design and estimating department provided the Tasmanian team with the support and technical knowledge to complete the project within the original budget.
Comprising a 9.6m x 3.0m cellar door with custom wine tasting benches built-in refrigerators and a digital print wrap to match the new Devil’s Corner wine label, and a 4.8m x 3.0m amenity block, the project perfectly highlights Ausco Modular’s versatility and ability in manufacturing portable buildings for highly specific needs or purposes.
The beautiful artistic wrap was created by digitally printing the artwork onto a 6mm thick, foam sandwich panel sheet and installed by screw fixing the panels to the building over the existing wall panels.
The breathtaking artwork was completed by local Tasmanian artist, Rebecca Birrell, and is a visual interpretation of the treacherous waters of Whirlpool Reach and the calm of Devil’s Corner.
By attentively listening to the client’s ideas and feedback, Ausco Modular were able to transform the initial concept from a simple drawing to a truly unique building, perfectly suited to the client’s use and the style of the landscape.