Craggspace Design is all about creating better living for people through the built environment that surrounds them.
Through clever planning and careful consideration of the site and environmental context, we strive to create spaces for
human enjoyment - now and into
- Concept Design and Master Planning
- Development Application Documentation and Submission
- Construction Certificate Documentation and Submission
- Tender Documentation
- Contract Administration
- 3 Dimensional Perspectives and Marketing Imaging
- Measuring and Drafting of Existing Built Work
Craggspace Design is a boutique building design, documentation, drafting and 3D Modelling business based in Newcastle.
Craggspace Design is all about creating better living for people through the built environment that surrounds them. Whether this is a dream house for a family, a new auditorium for a growing church, or a school for a remote community, Craggspace focuses on the occupants who will actually experience the building, and strives to create the highest quality spaces for that end user.
We like to build strong relationships with our clients to allow a much more personal design solution; listening to the client’s needs, without forcing our own pre-conceived ideas into the project. This results in a much more appropriate and satisfying outcome for all involved.
Design for better living.
Newcastle 2020 Competition.
ARTWORKS showing possible improvements to run-down areas of Hunter Street were commended at the Newcastle 2020 exhibition at the Newcastle Museum.
Entrants were asked to show what they thought Newcastle really could be through their creative skills and 28 finalists have had their work on display at the Newcastle Museum.
Fernleigh Track Extension.
Mr Craggs has drawn up a plan that would see a new five-kilometre section of track created through Glenrock State Recreation Area to Merewether Beach.
Newcastle Greens councillor Michael Osborne said he thought Mr Craggs’s proposal was worth investigation. ‘‘We should be looking at ways we can extend the Fernleigh Track.’’