As Architects we are able to provide you with a unique service
From helping you to create your perfect plan, to ensuring that the builder is getting the job done on time and within budget, architects can manage the entire design and construction process from start to finish so you’re just left with the satisfaction of a beautiful, unique building, specifically-designed for you and your site.
Being a regional architectural practice we have had the opportunity to be involved in a broad range of commercial architecture across most commercial sectors. We pride ourselves in being able to assist clients across all stages of the building process, including masterplanning, funding applications, feasibility studies, liason with government departments, new buildings, alterations, contract management and post occupancy evaluation
We have three blog sections on this website to inform, engage and keep you up to date with what is happening at Slap Architects.
The Project News blog keeps you up to date on current and future and past projects that we are working on.
The Knowledge blog explore the topics that clients often ask about and it also provides information on areas of design and our expertise.
The Lifestyle blog is where we post about interesting design items we have seen, design philosophies, new products or projects and things that interest us.
Slap Architects endeavour to create buildings which improve lives, are a joy to use and which minimise environmental impact and optimise energy efficiency, a holistic approach from beginning to end
You may have caught this article in the local newspapers this week. We have worked again with Nagle College to design a new Technology Precinct. We are excited by this project as much our clients are. The project will be beginning very soon!read more
If you are a local you may have caught the insert in today's East Gippsland News "Top end of Town". Nagle College's new Trade Skills Centre has been featured as well as mention of a new project we have been working on - a new learning centre for the school. The...read more
Hello again from all of us here at Slap Architects.
We have recently updated the website and invite you to have a look. We hope that you find it to be cleaner, responsive for mobile users and easier to navigate.
The Slap team recently completed several commercial projects and added them to our portfolio. Our clients come from all across Gippsland including Traralgon, Sale and Bairnsdale. It has been great to renew several relationships with local government, healthcare, education clients and builders as well as beginning new relationships and projects.read more
As the year draws to a close we would like to take this opportunity to reflect on our year and to thank our wonderful clients. We have completed some very exciting projects which we will share on our website soon. One of the most prominent,...read more
For the client, the building process can be complex, with regulations, authority permissions, design and documentation of the building’s technical aspects, builder selection and finally construction. We are able to provide you with an understanding of the process, guidance and an assurance on the outcome.
When building a house, commercial building or renovating there is a requirement that it complies with the Building Regulation’s requirements for energy efficiency and that it achieves the required energy rating.
We all may have heard this term bandied around, but really, what is passive solar design and how is it implemented?
We really love this modernist Concrete USB Stick from the German studio KIXBERLIN This concrete USB stick is the product of the Duo - French Designer Francois-Xavier Loucher and German manufacturer Michael Villanueva and their...
pendant lights can be a great way to make a design statement and subtlety transform a room. Used well, pendant lights can be a piece of sculpture
from Sharking Knife by Kim Sangun, Kang Yujin, Jeong Eunjoo & JungJun Park » Yanko Design. We really like this piece of design that not only looks good, but carries its concept through to its final it's form and function! So the kitchen...