The Burcham Apartments

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Restoration of a rooftop space - The Burcham was originally built in 1918 as the Wrigleys factory. Today the building is restored and refreshed as a high-end apartment complex. The multi-purpose rooftop space has been repurposed as a communal area, maximising the prime real estate.

LOCATION: Sydney, Australia

PROJECT INFORMATION:

  • Installed over: Waterproof membrane
  • Size: 1291m²
  • Architect/Designer: Allen Jack + Cottier and Jamie Durie
  • Construction: Hamilton Marino and #1 Decks
  • Completion: 2018

Project challenges:
A low-height structural solution was required for the unconventional rooftop design, individual balconies and courtyard.

The solution:
The creative rooftop deck design was crafted of organic shapes made in hardwood and supported by QwickBuild for membrane protection. QwickBuild also enabled a flush level between the decking and tiles. The extra engineered support enabled the pergola to be integrated into the design.

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The Burcham Apartments

Restoration of a rooftop space - The Burcham was originally built in 1918 as the Wrigleys factory. Today the building is restored and refreshed as a high-end apartment complex. The multi-purpose rooftop space has been repurposed as a communal area, maximising the prime real estate.

LOCATION: Sydney, Australia

PROJECT INFORMATION:

  • Installed over: Waterproof membrane
  • Size: 1291m²
  • Architect/Designer: Allen Jack + Cottier and Jamie Durie
  • Construction: Hamilton Marino and #1 Decks
  • Completion: 2018

Project challenges:
A low-height structural solution was required for the unconventional rooftop design, individual balconies and courtyard.

The solution:
The creative rooftop deck design was crafted of organic shapes made in hardwood and supported by QwickBuild for membrane protection. QwickBuild also enabled a flush level between the decking and tiles. The extra engineered support enabled the pergola to be integrated into the design.

OUTDURE PRODUCTS FEATURED:

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The Burcham Apartments

Restoration of a rooftop space - The Burcham was originally built in 1918 as the Wrigleys factory. Today the building is restored and refreshed as a high-end apartment complex. The multi-purpose rooftop space has been repurposed as a communal area, maximising the prime real estate.

LOCATION: Sydney, Australia

PROJECT INFORMATION:

  • Installed over: Waterproof membrane
  • Size: 1291m²
  • Architect/Designer: Allen Jack + Cottier and Jamie Durie
  • Construction: Hamilton Marino and #1 Decks
  • Completion: 2018

Project challenges:
A low-height structural solution was required for the unconventional rooftop design, individual balconies and courtyard.

The solution:
The creative rooftop deck design was crafted of organic shapes made in hardwood and supported by QwickBuild for membrane protection. QwickBuild also enabled a flush level between the decking and tiles. The extra engineered support enabled the pergola to be integrated into the design.

OUTDURE PRODUCTS FEATURED:

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