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The design strategy of this new three-bedroom architectural bespoke home involves the use ‘’Versalok” masonry blocks with structural steel, to support a suspended slab on bondek, over the three separate levels of living areas. There is the ability to create an indoor/outdoor experience as the kitchen is bounded by double-glazed sliding doors, which feature the highest European quality, promoting a sophisticated and flawless finish. Exceptional workmanship and attention to detail have created a remarkably finished product that can be enjoyed by the owners for years to come.
The Newmason project features an innovative commercial/residential mixed- use development, consisting of private apartments, a 48-room hotel, fitness studio, 300-seat restaurant and commercial facilities. In addition, the development encompasses a large medical facility. Careful consideration during the design phase, and choice of building materials allowed the residential component to achieve an eight-star energy rating, meaning it uses 30 per cent less heating and cooling than a six-star development. The project was completed to the highest quality with a full tenancy of satisfied tenants.
Walking into this renovation definitely delivers the wow factor, displaying beautiful, polished floorboards and a high-pitched ceiling vault with a fully automated V-Lux window system. The kitchen/dining area features a modern, provincial, open-plan style complemented by a slate fireplace feature wall. The client wanted to create an open-plan entertainment area, achieved by installing a beautiful high-pitched ceiling with a timber deck, accessible from the living area through sliding timber doors. It is evident that the highest quality of fixtures and fittings has been used throughout this project.
Stage one of this home features the only double-compound log peak home built in Australia, which makes this extension unique. The exterior boasts rendered Hebel in natural tones promoting an earthy appearance, with wide-open verandah areas featuring Messmate timber, flowing seamlessly through to the spacious entry. 130 square metres of undercover decking varnished in hydraulic oil provides a rustic appearance to match the characteristics of the home, and allows spectacular views over the undulating hills. Exceptional workmanship and skill, with attention to detail has created a remarkably finished product.
The Barossa 1 is a sophisticated, well proportioned home offering stylish spaces to embrace and enjoy. The open plan living design with direct access to the verandah incorporates a lavish family and meals area complemented by a gourmet kitchen and walk in pantry. This home features three good size bedrooms including the master bedroom complete with a walk-in robe and ensuite. An additional living room is situated at the front of the home ensuring plenty of space to grow and flourish.
The Delta is a spacious home for those who seek an attractive single-storey residence that is sensibly zoned for maximum living flexibility, but which also offers a little more space where needed. The focal point of this unique residence is the integrated living area, complemented by easy access to the rear outdoor area and a fabulous kitchen with gleaming stainless-steel appliances, plus the added luxury of a formal sitting room for formal meetings, or just some quiet time. Of particular note in the living hub is the largefree-standing kitchen island bench, facing rearwards, allowing a meal to be prepared while chatting to friends.
This stylish, contemporary three-bedroom home delivers a delicate balance among the clients’ needs, expectations and the orientation of the site. A large timber deck is integrated into the large open kitchen, meals and living area, in addition to a pantry and a dedicated laundry. A separate parents’ area benefits from a formal lounge, large master bedroom complete with ensuite, separate WC and walk-in robe. Exceptional workmanship and attention to detail, both in style and materials, combine to create a exceptionally finished product.
This home has been designed to suit a growing family that entertains and is looking for a zoned lifestyle. Accommodation includes four generous bedrooms, two bathrooms and two living areas, all flowing from the centrally located kitchen, meals and dining area. High quality fixtures and fittings are evident throughout, especially in the kitchen and bathrooms, where the client is invited to customise their choice of materials. The selected Grange façade takes its cues from the classic period architecture, where the clean lines celebrate the entry, which punctuates out of the façade and roof profile, complementing the streetscape.
This light and spacious home has all the modern features suitable for a large contemporary home ideal for family living. Accommodation boasts four bedrooms, two bathrooms with a children’s rumpus area. A focus on family and outdoor living is represented by a large open-plan meals and living area, and in keeping with modern living, the kitchen is the central hub of the home. The modern outdoor alfresco area located off the living area is ideal for entertaining family and friends. The master suite boasts an ensuite and walk-in robe. This excellent home offers great value for money.
The design of this new home strives to deliver a compact home suited to the location, orientation and budget whilst prescribing to the ethos of quality, affordability, energy efficiency and sustainability. The double-storey home has been positioned to take advantage of the views to the south, and to make the most of solar access from the north. Upstairs features an expansive kitchen, living and dining room opening to the highlighted suspended slab deck. The main bedroom and bathroom also enjoy views from this first floor. Downstairs, the guest wing has two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The client called for a unique, contemporary, four-bedroom custom-designed home with a focus on open living, natural light and sustainability. The home is designed to float above the land with the use of cantilevered decks and linear external forms. Living areas are oriented towards the north, and high ceilings also take advantage of the northern sunlight through the incorporation of highlight windows. A huge butt-joint corner window has been used to capture views of the golf course. A custom-made screen designed for the lounge room window provides privacy from the street, but also creates visual appeal.
This four-bedroom holiday home in South Gippsland has been planned with inspiration from the surrounding natural vegetation. The design has created something special, with the angled projection of the upstairs living deck area angled towards river views. The ground level contains the children’s accommodation featuring polished concrete entry and rumpus area, family bathrooms and three large bedrooms with another deck area. High-end finishes are evident throughout, including spiraled exterior stairs, a combination of polished timber and concrete floors and detailed cabinetry finishes.
The design strategy of this new three-bedroom, architect-bespoke home requires the use ”Versalok” masonry blocks with structural steel to support a suspended slab on bondek, over the three separate levels of living areas. There is the ability to create an indoor/outdoor experience as the kitchen is bounded by double-glazed sliding doors, which feature the highest European quality, promoting a sophisticated and flawless finish. Exceptional workmanship and attention to detail have created a substantial finished product, that can be enjoyed by the owners for years to come.
A main feature of the home’s internal living and kitchen area is the openness and extensively large windows providing a sense of connection with the surrounding landscape. The free-flowing kitchen sits adjacent to the main living area, integrating well into the overall open plan theme of the home. Privately positioned off the main living areas is the master bedroom, complete with expansive ensuite complete with floor-to-ceiling tiles. Bedrooms two and three are located on the first floor, boasting master bedroom size with capitulating views of the lake. The external entertaining areas are integrated seamlessly with the interior, creating the perfect entertainment space.
This stunning and impressive four-bedroom property boasts over 360 square metres of living space with an additional 50 square metres of outdoor living. The kitchen, with its expansive views, is the heart of the home, and has been finished to exceptional standards overlooking a bright and airy dining area. Adjoining the kitchen is a comfortable living area, separated by a feature stone fireplace. Large windows and sliding doors ensure that the natural environment is always a feature. To one side of the home is the master wing, with a large bedroom, generous wardrobes, a luxurious ensuite and, of course, more stunning views.
The design brief required the design and construction of a contemporary home with the main focus on achieving a high thermal performance with a minimum energy rating of eight stars. With the form of the building following its high thermal performance functionality, the contemporary design of this home features extensive glazing to the north with over 78 per cent of the total floor area having a northern exposure. Materials have been chosen on their sustainability credentials, including sustainable sourced timber, LED downlights and 100mm Uni Base board. A 2500-litre water tank collects water from the roof area, supplying water to flush the toilets and water for the garden.
This stunning and bold water- play complex, houses a range of slides and water play equipment at this popular seaside destination. Works required careful attention detail to ensure corrosion and degradation did not occur, including installing the steelwork in a way that ensured any corrosion protection was not compromised during construction. The flooring treatment also required extensive waterproofing and needed to be durable enough to cope with years of heavy, damp foot traffic. The extensive glazing also required significant preparation to ensure correct placement and fitting.
The initial stage of this restaurant renovation involved the removal of offices and suspended ceilings from the previous layout. To be able to give the shell of the building a warehouse appeal, the concrete floors have been ground back and polished with a hit-and-miss finish, recycled bricks clad the feature walls, old railway sleepers, wagon wheels and old copper basins have been sourced to create the overall ambience. Other design features include exposed ducting painted black, a fake simulated-steel spiral staircase, and an acoustic ceiling designed to absorb noise. The overall project met all the client’s objectives.
This new three-storey office building complex and car park feature a unique glazing design to the front of the building, and an east-facing balcony on level two. Through careful planning, the project has been constructed from ‘front to back’ rather than the traditional ‘bottom up’ approach, which allowed the build to progress without significant costs associated with having to shut down the main power lines, which run directly in front of the building. Adding to the complexity of the already challenging build was the management of the integrated office fit-out.
Works on this educational project comprised a new library, toilet facilities, storage facilities, staff room, administration offices and boardroom. The set-out of the building was a challenge due to the curved radial and the sloping site. The joinery and timber beams manufactured and installed are of a high standard in the library and staff room, complemented by the blockwork and engineered timber on the outer walls. The construction works have been completed and handed over for occupation on time and within project budget.
Aged care and associated facilities require careful and exacting finishes to deal with the high volume of traffic and the need for a hygienic environment. The new32-bedroom addition, with associated private ensuite, required the seamless integration with the existing building. The refurbishment works on the ground floor include the refit of the existing kitchen and extension of the existing laundry, along with provision of staff amenities and modification of the two existing resident rooms to offices. External works involve a new entry along with a new entry road, drop-off area and the provision of 37 parking spaces.
This design and build project includes an ultramodern, multi-storey hotel, retail and apartment complex in the heart of the town. Careful consideration during the design phase and choice of building materials has contributed to the achievement of an eight-star energy rating. The orientation of the building has been selected to take advantage of northern sun in winter, complemented by a pergola-style roof designed to limit western sun during the summer months. The builder is extremely proud that a regional craftsman using local trades can deliver such a complex and innovative project.