• Pipers Creek – Grand Designs Australia

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    Published July 29, 2015 at 11:52 am - No Comments This post contains extracts from Issue 4.4 of Grand Designs Magazine.  The text reads as follows:  With the vision of running a permaculture farm, Dean Lamb purchased a 16-hectare block of land that was essentially a cow pad ...

    Pipers Creek – Grand Designs Australia
  • Mandurang South House

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    Published October 23, 2014 at 5:04 pm - No Comments This project is located in the middle of a forest area in Mandurang South and is designed to take maximum advantage of the views, North orientation and the natural slope of the land. The client didn’t want stairs in his house & ...

    Mandurang South House
  • Identity & Individuality

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    Published August 4, 2014 at 12:29 pm - No Comments Here is an advertorial I published in Saturday’s Bendigo Advertiser. 26 August 2014. Titled: Identity & Individuality We are at a crisis point; our houses have become nothing more than plugs in a circuit board. We choose ...

    Identity & Individuality
  • Sedgwick House

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    Published March 18, 2014 at 8:06 pm - No Comments This project in Sedgwick called for a design that would take advantage of an 180 degree view stretching as far as the eye can see. Every room and space from the alfresco and pool areas outside to the study and even the … ...

    Sedgwick House
  • Haythorpe Residence Street Elevation

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    Published May 3, 2013 at 4:41 pm - No Comments Haythorpe  Street Elevation .

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  • Flora Hill Residence

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    Published April 29, 2013 at 1:48 pm - No Comments Haythorpe Residence is located next to the One Tree Hill nature reserve in Flora Hill. It is on a steep West-facing slope and is bordered by bush/forest reserve to the East. This house was assessed to have a bushfire rating &helli ...

    Flora Hill Residence
  • Golden Square Housing Development

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    Published April 18, 2013 at 2:02 pm - No Comments This housing development consists of twelve individually designed homes, four of which are double story and one wheelchair accessible. Despite an average block size of only around 300m² most houses have three bedrooms, two bat ...

    Golden Square Housing Development
  • Integrated Smiles Bendigo

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    Published April 18, 2013 at 12:52 pm - No Comments Integrated Smiles is a local dentist looking to expand their practice by building a new facility in Bendigo. The unusual brief required the expertise of a qualified architect to assist with the following: There was an existing res ...

    Integrated Smiles Bendigo
  • Projects

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    Projects

Welcome

Hi my name is Karl Baumann I am a Bendigo architect and am director of Karl Baumann Architecture. Although based in Bendigo, I am happy to do work anywhere in regional Victoria with particular interest in doing work in some of the smaller regional towns and villages like Castlemaine, Kyneton, Macedon, Hepburn Springs, Daylesford, Maldon and Clunes where particular design sensitivity is required in terms of context.

My company is registered with the Architects Registration Board of Victoria and the Royal Institute of Architects.

I have experience in hospitality, education, interior architecture, retail fit outs as well as access for the disabled. Sustainability and passive design is a core focus with all projects.

I strive to provide solutions which go above and beyond the basics expected of an architect like a good layout, passive design and aesthetics. I look for solutions which delight and have that extra dimension or twist. As a Bendigo architect I am excited about the future of regional and Bendigo’s architecture and am very eager to contribute to make our environment even better than what it currently is.

All my projects are designed in three dimensions using the latest 3D modelling software (Revit) which provides clear and accurate presentation of all designs.

Large or small, I will contribute 100% innovation and professionalism with friendly customer service