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    ...and then the barman said, "now we can all get some sleep!"

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    Chez modern, tres dramatic Funkman.

    Point Piper, Double Bay or Whale Beach ?

    Seriously, nice work. Love the cantilever.

    Is this the one you want the arrayed glass balustrade for ? ( Haven't forgotten. Just a bit busy )

    Keep us posted as it develops.
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    yep - and very close - Rose Bay overlooking the harbour - will be pretty snazzy if we get through Council

    heres another

    the balcony with the array - yes it is, and when you get a chance to help will be very appreciated. Not a rush, we have the first pre-da meting on Tuesday - plan to bring the laptop in to show Council. Showed a Councillor the other day at the office and she was suitably impressed with the program. She even said - we need this - can our staff use this program???
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    Autodesk will be speaking to Woollahra Council first thing in the morning

    That view is even better !

    Obviously you'll be tweaking transparency / reflections and maybe adding interior lights to further enhance.

    A few RPC people, some shrubs/trees.... IOTW !!
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    "IOTW" ??

    will be adding those things during the next stage - dont want to spend too much time on things just yet - I need to get paid afterall
    ...and then the barman said, "now we can all get some sleep!"

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    "IOTW" = Image of the Week

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    nice work mr. funkman I really like the design. If it functions as well as it looks I guess I'll see you in the architectural magazines some time? [It would be striking to see the name -funkman- mentioned as designer at least! haha]

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    Very striking even with little material assignment so far...hopefully you'll get to dabble more on the tab and we'll see more?

    I hope water/weather doesn't sneak inside through the valley of those high roofs or the clerestory on the right side of the second image

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Stafford
    I hope water/weather doesn't sneak inside through the valley of those high roofs or the clerestory on the right side of the second image
    Do you get water is sydney??

    BTW steve - the big valley gutter we had in the wavy walls project I posted some time ago - its gone, monopitch grass roof now

    Very impressed for a first project in Revit... straight in with a simple project was it I think IOTW wont be too far away with that one....

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    ok, after incorporating stormwater design, landscape architect, arborists reports, town planners comments, geotechnical investigations and the excrutiating painful Nathers certificates, this is what I have come up with...including the red posche
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    ...and then the barman said, "now we can all get some sleep!"

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