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An in-fill site, it was a challenge to design a family home of the size and scale on such a steeply sloping site. Major excavation creating a series of five tiers over the site was the solution. Maximising northern solar access while capturing easterly views and maintaining privacy from neighbours required thoughtfulness. From the set-up of floor coverings to the junction points in material changes, there is tremendous forethought & planning in the execution of all work. The home has been built from classic red bricks from the premium Daniel Robertson range. Steel wall & roof cladding is by Colorbond. The double-glazed aluminium windows & doors have commercial-grade frames from AWS. Whether it is the grooved vaulted ceiling, the stone-clad fireplace, the cobble-stone driveway, large format porcelain tiles, inclusions are premium & speak of understated luxury.
The Greater Shepparton Secondary College has brought together the existing school communities of Shepparton High School, Wanganui Park Secondary College, Maguire Secondary and Mooroopna Secondary College. Throughout the project, a refurbishment of the existing Shepparton High School school building was added to the scope. This incorporated a two-level strip and fit-out to provide a health and wellbeing centre and additional staff workstations. The new gymnasium, comprising of two Netball Australia compliant courts, associated general learning spaces, dedicated weights/movement room, change/toilets and associated storage, is set apart for Physical Education.
The restored 1960s beauty was extended to make better use of the home’s large front yard. The clients see this as their forever home, so future-proofing through considerate design and quality finishes was a high priority. The home consisted of three bedrooms, with two of the bedrooms upstairs and the main living, bathroom, Laundry and third bedroom downstairs. The renovation included opening the living rooms and reconfiguring the kitchen to create a connection between it and the living areas. The new alfresco at the rear of the home takes advantage of the views up to Eastern Hill.
The complete internal regeneration of this family home in Albury’s prestigious Doctors’ Point was a special project. The highest quality finishes were selected throughout to accomplish the finished product - a seamless integration of technical detail and high-quality, refined design. This four-bedroom, two-bathroom home received an entire renovation, having been stripped right back to its bones. Room layouts were adjusted to create a large open-plan living area, kitchen with a walk-in pantry and separate theatre room. Bespoke feature steel and timber glazed doors were introduced to zone the new spaces and work with heating and cooling, ensuring comfort in all areas of what was previously a ‘cold’ house.
This charming 1920s red brick needed to be brought back to life and into the 21st century. The new design includes an additional bathroom, a second living area, separate Laundry and an open-plan living which flows onto the alfresco and overlooks the existing pool. The design was thought out to ensure all space was utilised, and the home was made future-proof while keeping and restoring the 1920s charm.
The Ashley is a real gem, designed with the first home builder in mind. It features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage, theatre/living, family/meals, kitchen, Laundry and outdoor living. Opening the grand 2400mm pivot door, the master suite kickstarts your entry into this well-thought-out family home. The walk-in wardrobe is accompanied by an ensuite with all the fixtures. Walking down the light stone-tiled hallway, the raked ceiling captures your eye. This opens up the kitchen, dining and family space with a view outside.
A modern country home, the Sandown has an impressive entryway that opens into the large, airy open-plan kitchen, living and meals area, and straight onto the covered alfresco area. This is the hub of the home, giving your family plenty of space to enjoy time together. There’s ample storage, with built-in wardrobes in the second, third, and fourth bedrooms, and large linen cupboards and plenty of pantry space. The separate lounge room is the spot for a family or kid’s movie night, and the dedicated study area is perfect for homework or home office.
The Embley 25 is a thoughtfully spacious designed home, boasting four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The impressive master bedroom can be found off the entryway, with the nearby lounge providing a convenient retreat for the adults of the home. The open-plan kitchen, living and dining is located further down the hallway, which connects to the children’s wing tucked in at the rear. The laid-back design and styling of The Embley 25 proves once again the widespread allure of sleek neutrals in contemporary family homes, especially when balanced alongside warm and natural elements.
The Ashford 33 is a design that focuses on achieving the best value for money while still providing the large and open spaces clients have come to expect from Hadar Homes. The lot had a fall of approximately 700mm diagonally across the site, which meant the siting of the house was important to the design in order to achieve minimal cut and fill, and to include a multi-use outdoor living space and lawn. The finished build included three living spaces, four bedrooms, a double garage, kitchen with galley and separate walk-in pantry, ensuite with bath, walk-in wardrobe to the master bedroom, open study, Laundry, alfresco/pergola with built-in-kitchen and fire and storage.
The Manhattan 34 was a design developed from scratch specifically to achieve its design needs. With two living spaces, four bedrooms, a double garage, great sized kitchen which included a galley and separate walk-in pantry, ensuite and walk-in wardrobe to the master bedroom, open study, functional Laundry, alfresco/pergola with built-in-kitchen and plenty of storage this house ticks all the boxes for a family home. Leading on from the entry a small foyer separated the entry and main living space of the home. The foyer provides access to the theatre, and one of the two walks in linen cupboards and combined creates a grown-up wing to the front of the home.
This project comprised of 400mm insulated rammed earth walls with Alpine double-glazed windows and a cladding configuration of monument en-seam Colorbond cladding and galvanised corrugated iron, which forms the exterior. The interior is open plan under a skillion roof with dormer windows to let in natural light and on hot days to release internal heat. A burnished concrete slab with hydronic heating helps form a strong thermal mass equation in this build.
This Scandinavian barn-style home was designed to stand out from the crowd and be a functioning family home, with enough room for all occupants to enjoy their own space and come together in the generous open living kitchen, lounge, and dining area. This opens out onto the large alfresco, which flows to the pool area. The home was constructed in a flood overlay area, adding another layer of complexity to the build, with the finished floor level starting 1.5m above ground level.
Located within a private golf course and having consideration to conditions regulated by club management, this home had a diverse range of factors to be implemented into the brief. To be set into a significantly sloping hillside and an orientation to take in the sweeping views across the golf course to the Cathedral ranges, this home was intended to be bespoke in all aspects and based firmly upon design features that were inherently significant to the clients. Extensive indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, including spa area and open verandahs, were intrinsic in design. Material selection was based upon assuming a natural and earthy farm manor design, with timber being a key feature.
Sited below Albury’s landmark War Memorial, it is fitting that this new and modern home sits respectfully and quietly in its privileged location. It is a rare opportunity to design and build from scratch on a site with sweeping views across central Albury. The house is organised around a series of terraces that step down from the street toward the town centre. On the uppermost level is a guest bedroom and ensuite. Below this is a large open-plan kitchen and living zone, with a further level of living and bedrooms on the ground floor. The home includes a cellar and gymnasium.
This project is an upmarket estate with a brief to build a low-maintenance, high-end investment. The owners wanted the development to be timeless with as little maintenance as possible, but also wanted to be complementary to other houses in the estate. The townhouses were built to create minimal privacy issues within all of the neighbouring properties, and the development fits into the streetscape beautifully. This development has created much-needed rental accommodation in a quality area.
This project was designed to meet the needs of a family looking for a comfortable lifestyle on a rural block. The clients wanted a home that was energy efficient without compromising design possibilities or the level of finish internally. Some of the features include solar passive design for thermal efficiency, a functional open-floor plan with separate dormitory wings, feature rammed earth walls to living and bedrooms, and external straw bale walls - built from prefabricated SITUP cassettes - providing an elegant contemporary finish using an organic and robust lime render.
James Fallon Multipurpose Hall is 1270sq m floor area mixed-use facility constructed to offer the school flexibility in a modern, state-of-the-art building. The building can be easily converted from a basketball court to an assembly hall that seats 800 people or a performance theatre with a 300-person seated audience before an elevated stage. The building incorporates a full height (10m) ceiling foyer, a main hall space that includes a full-size sports court, sized to state and national regulations, and ancillary rooms and bathrooms. The architectural design of the building, combined with the attention to detail during construction, has resulted in a landmark building for the school.
The construction of Greater Shepparton Secondary College generally consisted of demolishing the existing Shepparton High School and constructing a new government secondary school to support an enrolment of 2700 students. The school site was developed around the Enterprise and Innovation Centre. This is in turn surrounded by three ‘neighbourhoods’. Each neighbourhood is comprised of three ‘houses’, which act as the home base for 300 students and their associated teaching, leadership and support staff. Each house has its own identity but is connected by the associated neighbourhood with central administration, including a Neighbourhood, Assistant Principal, Student Services, STEAM, VCAL and Learning Resource Centres.