Harbinger Consultants

Culture + Complexity + Change

PROJECT | Tambo Fire Brigade

Montage exterior

Harbinger’s John Armstrong has been working with architect Jason Haigh, Cloud-Dwellers Architecture and Design, on a project to develop a shelter and exhibition space to house a fully restored vintage fire engine used by the Tambo Fire Brigade in the early part of the 20th century. Having undertaken an extensive research process to understand the local climate, Jason’s design aims to reflect the architectural heritage of the town while merging with the streetscape and providing amenity for pedestrians. The discreet structure communicates an inclusive sense of place while showcasing a significant vestige of Tambo’s material culture, carefully restored by members of the local community. The images prepared by Jason provide exterior (above) and interior (below) views of the proposal.

Montage interior

Once the design has been approved, John will work on the construction stage with Blackall-Tambo Regional Council.


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