Have you experienced the Bunbury Farmers Market new premises and layout yet? If not, why not?
Veen’s surpassed owner criteria expectations creating an enjoyable workplace and vibrant shopping experience.
“Vasse is an award-winning estate strategically situated between Busselton and Dunsborough with a new Village Centre being developed as an iconic South West Tourism destination. The site is ideally positioned opposite the busy Coles complex, the building is central to the new Vasse Village Centre.
Veens solution was to create an economical tilt-slab building with ground floor tenancies serviced by shopfronts and rear access. The first-floor tenancies are serviced by a lift.
Veens worked with BGC to keep the project on budget during the design development phase with value-engineering review practices applied at every opportunity. The building was completed in early March this year after a construction period of just 6 months.
The building already has established tenants in a Newsagency, Café, Hairdresser and Chinese Restaurant. There are further opportunities for more ground-floor shops and offices upstairs. To further enrich the retailing experience, the new Vasse Village Centre engaged artist Jack Bromell from Busselton to complete a mural depicting a giant Red-tailed black cockatoo hoping “that people will slow down for a few moments during their day and admire one of nature’s beautiful creations”.
The interaction of design and art have given this estate and Village a cultural heart that is pivotal to the visual understanding of the context of the surrounding environment of Vasse. The street-art concept should grow and further enhance the precinct as future lots are development.
Exciting new conceptual plans for a Tyrepower store.
Bunbury Farmers Market
Transformation of the Waldecks Nursery to The place to source your fresh local produce. Designed with a one way flow to take the customer past various tasting booths, bakery, florist, deli and much more
We came to Roger with scratches on a piece of paper and a lot in our heads for our proposed new Bunbury Farmers Market location. Roger was able to extract that information and create the conceptual plans. We were able to sit one on one with our designer who was very accessible & knowledgeable and we worked through the plans together. We wanted the continuation of the bullnose verandahs from the old Waldecks original building; Roger wanted to introduce a blade wall. Our synergy gave us this amazing oversized blackboard that creates the iconic street presence we were looking for yet still maintaining the market look and feel. This was a moving design that tells a story. Roger’s negotiation skill with the trades and sub consultants was invaluable and saw that we got our building erected within the tight timeline we imposed – open for Christmas 2013 trade so a 9 month build. The design continued to move through the build and Roger & his team maintained the necessary documentation, negotiation and positive attitude that got us our building that we are very proud of and is one of its kind.
Wollaston Shopping Centre Upgrade
Upgraded to enhance street presence and reconfiguration of tenancies. New parking and access