INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – ASK AN ARCHITECT
“Women Designing for Women” – to celebrate the empowerment of women and International Women’s Day, Cathi Colla Architects is hosting a round table seminar on renovating and building.
This session is focused on empowering women who are on the path to renovate, add, or build their new home located in the inner north or eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
We will discuss:
- Keeping the design and the construction process simple, predictable and stress free
- Managing your budget, including achieving a healthy balance across quality, time and cost
- The primary stages of the design, approvals, and building process
- A typical renovation project in the inner north – and what should be considered?
10.30 am to midday Saturday 14th March 2020.
Cathi Colla Architects studio located at 282 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North.
Be quick! Limited tickets available
To book click here.
Your payment covers the 1.5 hour seminar, light refreshments and a take home pack.
This session will be delivered and hosted by Katherine and Cathi and comes with no obligations or strings attached.
…then bring yourself and your burning design questions and challenges on the day Maximum of 4 guests only – so don’t miss out.
What is “Ask an Architect” Session?
‘Ask An Architect’ is your chance to get an expert opinion or tailored advice on any design or renovation-related queries. Whether it’s about an upcoming project, or you simply need a sounding board for an idea, Cathi and her team of problem solving architects will ensure that the potential of your dream is reached without compromising on design or functionality.
Who is Cathi Colla Architects?
With combined design and architecture experience of over 30 years, Cathi Colla and her team of talented architects are well-versed in delivering high-calibre home transformations and perfectly placed to provide renovation advice.
Cathi Colla Architects’ projects are carefully considered both intelligently and holistically, ensuring that desired outcomes are fully maximised and the space’s full potential, reached.