Restoring a hidden gem in Hobart
Some of the Sealasash team are currently working on renovating windows in a hidden gem of a building in Hobart.
The University’s Domain House, hidden behind some trees near the Hobart Aquatic Centre, is rarely seen by passing traffic and relatively unknown amongst Hobartians.
Domain House is a grand neo-Gothic sandstone landmark built in 1848-49. It originally began its life as the Hobart High School and became the site of the University of Tasmania when it opened in 1890 and until it moved to Sandy Bay in 1963. Subsequently the site was home to the Tasmanian School of Art and TAFE Tasmania. It was re-acquired by the University of Tasmania in 2011 and is now undergoing conservation work.
Sealasash were contracted by the builders, Bennett Construction, to re-instate over 100 hundred windows back to working order and also instal the Sealasash draught sealing system into them. Working on renovations such as these is a pleasure for the Sealasash team who are all aligned with the company’s vision of retaining the architectural beauty and heritage of buildings such as Domain House.
Picture below are our fabulous team members – Pejman, Phil and Dean (left to right).
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