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This modern home is designed with an abundance of natural textures and surfaces. The high windows allow for plenty of natural light and take in the stunning views. North facing decks bask in the sun while the south facing decks are well located to pick up the cool coastal breeze. Features are a plenty, from the outside its dark walls with colorbond Matte monument feature walls and roof contrasted by hardwood timber screens and greying Spotted Gum decks. Inside the burnt finished concrete floor and polished concrete feature wall are warmed by astral ply ceilings, which is carried through into the deck and carport ceilings. Pre-cast concrete benchtops feature heavily in the joinery from laundry and vanities through to the kitchen, and a great entertaining space flows effortlessly from the kitchen/living area out onto the main deck by two recessed stacker doors and the kitchen servery window.
The Wonthaggi Hospital’s new Cancer Care Centre is a modern treatment centre for treatment for cancer patients. Internally the building has been finished to the highest clinical standards, using contrasting flooring colours to delineate treatment bays without closing in the space. A central light well brings sun flooding into the area, aiding in the wellbeing of the patients and staff, and creating a visual break in the open ceiling. Consistency in construction methodologies and careful management of finishing trades, ensured a stylish finish with robust materials, that will cope with years of patient care. The facility had to continue operating throughout the construction period, which included COVID lockdowns and regular emergency helicopter landings. As a medical facility, infection control was critical and required all workers to abide by stringent controls. The finish will wear well, providing a long term, attractive asset for the community and the hospital.
Originally built in the 1940s, this beautiful home’s transformation includes spacious new open plan living and meals area and a family/rumpus room to accommodate the growing young family. The expertly designed deluxe and functional new kitchen includes sleek quartz stone benchtops, pressed metal design tiles, federation stove and cooktop with mantle and separate butler’s pantry all keeping with the elegant period style of the house. The addition of the master suite, stunning heritage-style ensuite bathroom with marble-look stone benchtops, decorative pattern tiles and custom fitted-out walk-in wardrobe are worthy of serious envy. The openable Velux skylight in the master bedroom allows for natural light to warm up this beautiful open space.
The Harper is a refined mix of contemporary and traditional style, and offers exceptional family living on a spacious and sophisticated scale. The classic front veranda features customised trimming and fretwork, with James Hardie weatherboards teamed with render to create a classic façade. Feature timber detailing to the entry and lounge create a distinguished feel. The hallway continues the feature timber detailing leading to the remarkable open-plan kitchen, meals, and main living area of home with vaulted V-Groove ceiling with exposed trusses, which combine to create a dramatic sense of space and volume. An exceptionally designed kitchen, with contrasting black cabinetry, creates a true centrepiece of the home.
This stylish and sophisticated display home was designed to provide prospective clients with innovative ideas that showcase both high quality of workmanship and original modern design concepts. From the external facade to internal finishings, meticulous detail has gone in to coming up with some inventive concepts. Externally a brick has been selected from the replica Manhattan range, with tumbled edges in soft colouring. The roofline incorporates an off-centre gable with an oversize fascia board that has been finished in a compressed sheet cladding. Internally a curved edge Caesarstone kitchen benchtop sits as the central focal point. Cleverly hidden behind a wall of feature joinery is a pantry fully fitted out with fridge, wine fridge and custom designed joinery. Three-metre-high windows feature throughout the main living and master bedroom areas – all double glazed. A 1200mm wide fireplace is a feature in living room.
The Lloyd 25 is a large family home designed to accommodate the changing needs of young Australian families. This home is sure to be a hit given the exceptionally high level of accommodation and quality, whether from first home buyers, downsizers, or those simply looking for great value. The Lumi façade presents nicely on the streetscape with an inviting feel. The combination of brickwork, render and projected roof forms, set this design apart and gives this home an amazing street appeal.
The Lawson 22MK2 is a design from within the HomeSolution by Metricon brand. The rationale behind the design is to appeal to the first home buyer by providing a more considered space without compromising on accommodation. Aimed at young professionals or families on a budget, the Lawson 22MK2 is sure to appeal to those looking to maximise the value in their home. Consisting of four bedrooms, two living areas, and an outdoor room, the Lawson can be accommodated on 12.5m x 28m blocks. Equally at home in a country or suburban setting, the Parklane façade will grace any streetscape, incorporating an eclectically contemporary but perfectly judged mix of face brickwork and render.
The Lauriston 32 is perfectly balanced to support the needs of family living. Thoughtful touches such as separated zones from front to rear and luxurious features, are right at home in this modest but not understated home. The breathtaking open plan begins with a large kitchen including a walk-in pantry that flows through the dining room and family area. The crowning jewels of the home are the wall-to-ceiling windows that provide unobstructed panoramic views to the garden and maximise the use of natural light and a fireplace. The rear zone of the home supports family life with three kids’ bedrooms and a designated kid’s wing. At the front, a beautifully luxurious master bedroom with a contemporary ensuite and impressive walk-in wardrobe backs onto a theatre room.
The unique Alto design delivers innovative two-storey living at its finest. The substantial leisure room and three additional bedrooms are nestled on the ground floor. The superb open-plan living area, as well as the spacious master suite, are located on the first storey to take in the views. The Yale facade encapsulates a mixture of brick, render and cladding to create an outstanding street appeal. This attractive double storey home with four bedrooms and two bathrooms features clever use of space and plentiful accommodation with open plan living and two separate indoor living areas plus three outdoor rooms, a separate study, designer kitchen and master suite with huge walk-in wardrobe with balcony access.
The owner wanted a classic style home that would suit the area. The home consists of three-bedrooms with a large open plan living area, and a generous ensuite and walk-in wardrobe in the main bedroom. The home features 2550mm ceilings, larger architraves and skirtings, vinyl flooring, as well as quality shelving and wardrobe fits-outs, fixtures, and fittings all standard. The kitchen includes Smeg appliances and Caesarstone benchtops.
This home was inspired by Japan with the client buying antique Japanese sliding doors to add as a feature throughout the home. The entry greets you with a traditional Japanese Bamboo roof. The kitchen, living and dining area has a high-pitched roof adding extra light into this open area. The home has beautiful timber floors throughout and high-end wool carpet in the bedrooms. This home has two bedrooms, an art room, two bathrooms, a powder room, and an open kitchen, living and dining area.
Positioned on the main road leading into Lake Tyers Beach this home stands out from the rest, with its dark monument painted cladding, monument matte Colorbond feature walls and roof mixed in with the hardwood timber screens, it cannot be missed. This home has three bedrooms plus retreat with a large open living/dining and kitchen that continues out to a large alfresco. The north facing aspect of the building takes in the beautiful views of the neighbouring farms towards Lake Tyers. The home flows off its bright entrance with bedrooms, bathroom, and retreat one side and the bright open plan kitchen, living and dining on the other.
This custom home is located on the beach at Coronet Bay, where entertaining and living come together with ease while ensuring key connections to the home’s unique beachside setting. Upon opening the front door of this home there is views of Western Port Bay. This leads directly into the main living, kitchen, and dining area, designed to maximise the view and the simple functionality of the space. Clean, simple lines and layout are finished off exquisitely with Terrazzo tiles, hand selected stone by Signorino Tile Gallery, Designer Door Wear, high detailed cabinetry, and natural fibre sisal carpet.
The home has been perfectly designed and constructed to capture the views over the Northern Mountain ranges from as many rooms as possible. The expansive open plan Living, kitchen and dining room was created, and the garage positioned on the south side to not impede the views and hide the garage door from the street frontage. Another living room was centrally located off the imposing entrance, to give yet another light filled room with uninterrupted views over the ranges. Moving along the hallway, past the atrium garden, the master bedroom enjoys the same views in a private, secluded space. On the southern side of the home, there are two more bedrooms and a gym, all looking over the landscaped backyard.
The property is a stunning, contemporary design with a focus on capturing expansive 360-degree views of the Gippsland ranges and beyond. The owners sought to create an impressive, captivating home through contemporary design and quality craftsmanship, both externally and internally. Given the focus on the views, entry to the home is not through a traditional front door, but rather from the outdoor living space, through bi-fold doors which leads direct into the main living area, showcasing stunning design elements including a raked ceiling rising to 3.9 metres in height with highlight windows to further capture the remarkable views, feature concrete block wall with cantilevered timber bench and floating concrete hearth in front of the in-built wood fire.
This home features a truly unique build of 354sqm which incorporates a two-storey dwelling with cathedral ceilings. This four-bedroom home consists of a, rumpus room, study, sunken lounge, kitchen with butler’s pantry, dining, ensuite, bathroom and two powder rooms. The exterior of the home showcases Corten cladding and Maxline for the roof and wall claddings with concealed gutters. Internally the home largely features recycled timber which was sourced from Dockland’s bridge for the construction of the exposed trusses; other timber in the home was sourced from a local farm and Peninsular timbers. The home also features Travertine tiles in the bathrooms, ensuite and powder rooms, concrete baths, concrete bench tops in the kitchen and pantry, burnished polished concrete slab and stack stonework internally.
The home is an innovative, contemporary property with a focus on utilising the fall of the land in the design while capturing expansive northern views to Mt Baw Baw. The owners sought to create an impressive, captivating Avant Garde home through the unique design, which features the extensive use of render, Colourbond Custom Orb cladding, Silvertop Ash Horizontal cladding with feature chimney in recycled brick. Reminiscent of a Dutch barn, it's carefully considered layout combining to create a stunningly distinctive home. Extensive family accommodation is provided for with this six-bedroom quad-level home that is a true testament to the design that combines functionality, creativity, sustainability, and liveability to create a truly special home that is one of a kind.
This custom designed four-bedroom, two living room (including Theatre room) two-storey home on a 4.736-hectare property in Buln Buln, Victoria, captivates passers-by despite being set back from the road, on the top of the hill. It is luxurious in size being 42.84 squares of living, which consists of a spacious entry with a hallway flowing through to the kitchen, living and dining areas, a large first floor master suite with a balcony, and a large alfresco. All windows in these areas were positioned facing the views over the town of Buln Buln and surrounding areas. Other features include high/raked ceilings, custom designed cabinetry, multiple feature walls and designer lighting layouts including 360-degree motion sensors and LED Strip lighting.
All units in Emerald Waters were constructed with high end fixtures and fittings, from LED down lights throughout, generous sized and fitted out walk-in wardrobes, pantries, storage areas and living spaces. Quality carpet, vinyl plank flooring and joinery finishes were all selected from higher ranges of inclusions marketing them towards the demographic of high-end community living. Eight units each with their own character, quality features and eye-catching facades., such as oversized cypress timber posts, feature claddings, and combinations of render and high-level brick selection.
Australia’s premium sustainable housing project, The Cape, in Cape Paterson, has opened its doors to its newest 8.0-star edition, Eclipse. This carbon neutral, energy, and water efficient coastal home sits within the top one per cent of sustainable homes in Australia. The home features state-of-the-art energy efficient design, construction and fit out, which combines to keep the home beautifully comfortable in all weather conditions, while reducing annual running costs to below $500 per annum. TS Constructions worked closely with the owners to build a stylish, 212sqm single-storey home (150sqm of living space) with visually impressive articulation and material selection. The ground floor consists of a large, north-facing living zone and kitchen that opens onto a wide deck with views of the garden. There are four bedrooms in this well laid out home. Rooms and windows have been situated to capture both prevailing sea breezes and wonderful views of Bass Strait.
The scope of works included the complete internal fit-out and external facade works. The fit-out included new cool rooms and freezers, mechanical extraction plant and equipment, new internal glazed auto-door, all electrical and plumbing works, plastering, painting, joinery, and floor coverings. Features include coffered ceilings, several different types of wall finishes including wall tiling, solid spotted gum timber screens and wall linings, wallpaper, compressed cement sheet and featured black powder coated steelwork. External claddings included compressed cement sheet, Duragroove timber look cladding and Endseam steel ribbed cladding finished in a matt Monument colour.
The Wonthaggi Hospital’s new Cancer Care Centre is a modern treatment centre that provides nine chairs and three consulting rooms for treatment for cancer patients. It has been designed to be a soothing and calm environment, and features expansive glass and light, providing sweeping views across bushland and toward the coast. A steel and timber deck, with fixed seating and easy access from the main room, allows patients an opportunity to recover in a natural environment. The design is a stunning departure from the old and dated original hospital building and uses dramatically contrasting materials such as VITRA Panel Cladding in a dark finish, and highly polished feature downpipes to create a visual impact.
The newly constructed Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club complex, has been the culmination of years of work by the community. Standing proud on a headland, with sweeping views of the stunning Bunurong coast and Cape Paterson beach, the clubhouse is more than just a summer base to watch over swimmers. It has been designed to be a true community asset, with flexible internal spaces that lend themselves to functions, events and training, and a stunning commercial kitchen that can support year-round activities. A two-level complex clad in blockwork and highly resistant Colorbond cladding installed in a standing seam manner, the bold upper level is broken by articulation and indented terraces to create a dramatic statement. Extensive use of timber below foot and overhead bring a softness internally. Subtle lighting and integrated AV elements provide a practical element.