Gilby + Brewin Architecture are the architects for the Spring Bay Mill project in Triabunna - a multiple stage, 43 Ha site-wide regeneration of a former wood chipping facility into a culture and environment oriented events venue.

We are responsible for the design of the site wide master plan along with a range of alterations and additions to existing buildings and a number of new buildings and structures dotted around the site.

Our scope includes the Banksia Room - a 200 seat conference and event space in the former Administration building, the Tin Shed - a 230 seat performance space in the old machine servicing shed, an outdoor Amphitheatre (with movable 100 seat bleacher and stage), shared amenities and gathering spaces for the Glamping Field, and a new shared accommodation building named the Workers Quarters.

To deliver this truly unique project, we are working closely with Marcus Ragus who is leading the integrated site wide landscape design and revegetation, Dillon Builders who are across all aspects of site infrastructure upgrade and general construction, Futago the project graphic designers, and of course the board of Spring Bay Mill, a bunch of wonderful ratbags and provocateurs driving this bold and daring endeavour.

For the Banksia Room specifically, we have collaborated on the interior design and fit out with Claire Ferri of Bury Kirkland Ferri, and local makers Laura McCusker and Taig Simms.