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Virtue Homes was involved with the client from the very start of this project. Externally the vision was to create a home with a unique street appeal different to other homes in the street that would still stand the test of time. Internally the home features large glass windows throughout to “bring the outside in” focusing on the pool and beautifully designed landscape areas. The term “resort feel” was quoted many times by the client in the design process, so it was important the home connected all areas - from the main living, outdoor living and pool area - as well as having a fully functional kitchen area.
TS Constructions have a deserved reputation for delivering high-quality medical facilities to exacting clinical standards while working within the constraints of an operational hospital. 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 systems that have been put in place during all aspects of a project ensure the highest possible standards. The facility will encounter heavy traffic and constant usage. TS Constructions ensured that every aspect of the build was first class and met or exceeded the expectations of the stakeholders and will be usable and durable for a long period of time.
This renovation included the decommissioning and filling in an existing concrete in-ground pool and replacing it with an alfresco and mancave, as well as cladding the existing metal garage in bullnose weatherboards to keep in style with the existing dwelling. The construction of the alfresco incorporated extension of the master bedroom to include wardrobes and replacing the window with French doors leading straight onto the Merbau decked entertainment area, complemented by a pine-lined pitched roof with exposed rafters, outdoor kitchen, and gas log fireplace. The mancave has an ensuite and is joined to the existing garage, making it all appear as one structure.
Positioned on an elevated block in the heart of the town, this period home built in the late 1800s has a commanding presence within its prime location. The builder has created a luxurious modern renovation and addition blending old and new without comprising the original period features of this truly stunning home. The addition opens into a large kitchen, meals and living area complete with a walk-in pantry and glass splashback overlooking the outdoor pool area. A timber staircase, boasting a stunning wine cellar underneath, leads off this area to the new second-storey addition, including an enormous master bedroom, living area, generous walk-in wardrobe and luxury hotel-style ensuite.
Situated on a corner block, the Hudson was designed first and foremost to view the parks and lakes running nearby while maintaining a private living space for a young family. The master suite features views of the park and includes a generous walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. The lounge room has been designed with feature barn doors so that the space can be opened to the main living or closed off entirely, and the living, dining and kitchen are open-plan. Custom joinery connects the kitchen and living room’s feature storage and shelving. A large outdoor living space connects the internal living room to the north and the backyard.
Showcasing a creative design without compromising on function. Unique in its façade of James Hardie Linea weatherboards with contrasting smooth concrete rendered finish, the carefully considered floor plan of this home maximises comfort, style and convenience. The master bedroom features an oversized arched window, soaring vaulted ceiling, ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. The other two bedrooms feature built-in wardrobes. The open-plan kitchen and living areas feature a vaulted ceiling rising up to four metres and framed by dual arched windows to the living area, providing a refined sense of space and form to everyday living.
Drawing inspiration from its local surroundings in the heart of Gippsland, the 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom Liberty 25 reimagines the warmth and comfort of country living through a modern lens. The classic gabled roofline of the popular Nash facade showcases a quintessentially Australian yet fresh and modern facade that looks right at home among the native landscape. Inside the home, a sense of calm and stillness is created by connecting the interior with the natural surroundings. Earthy green hues, an emphasis on natural light and hints of timber. Flooring from the Oak Classic Engineered Range from Perfect Timber Floors can be seen in every corner of the home.
Suitable for today’s modern lifestyle of outdoor-indoor living, the living, dining, and kitchen have the optional raked ceiling that exemplifies space. The leisure room is conveniently placed towards the kids’ zone while still interacting with the grand outdoor room and main living areas. The Avery has a formal sitting room or optional home office at the front; the large master bedroom overlooks its own courtyard retreat and three private kid’s bedrooms to the rear of the house.
As you enter the impressive wide entrance of the Denver, you are greeted with views through to the central core living area. On each side of the entry are a formal sitting room and a rumpus room area, a raked cathedral ceiling to a large family room and dining with a seamless connection to the grand outdoor room. The outdoor room, also with a cathedral ceiling, has four glazed skylights and a striking gas fire. The home features a butler’s pantry and kitchen with a great central eating island and servery to the outdoor room. Two wings on either side of the entry zones the home, with a master bedroom, ensuite, dressing room and private study at one end.
As first-time homeowners, the clients were conscious of their budget but also of putting money into places that would make the biggest impact. High-quality finishes have been used cleverly throughout to give the home a high-end feel. The result is a beautifully presented, four-bedroom home with a large alfresco area leading off the main living space. A simple colour palette was used to add to the facade’s modern aesthetic, which continued throughout the home in the cabinetry and stone benchtops. Built at the end of a cul-de-sac with a narrower frontage, plans were manipulated to achieve a roller door at the rear of the garage.
This outstanding home reflects a design of contemporary and luxurious living. The façade is a modern statement, with contrasting materials suitable for its natural beachside location. The well-thought-out design offers fantastic outdoor entertaining, complete with a tranquil outdoor stone bath, perfect for the Victorian coastline. The home includes two spacious bedrooms and a master suite with custom-built joinery. The main living zone with raked ceiling and north-facing glazing allows for ample natural light. The kitchen and laundry work perfectly for everyday living and entertaining guests. It has a spacious garage with easy access storage, perfect for grabbing your bikes or surfboards for a quick trip to the beach.
This modern, four-bedroom home includes a large main bedroom retreat at the front, and a spacious family living area, with a butler’s pantry that opens to an alfresco at the rear of the home. Large, north-facing windows and sliding doors, in addition to skylights over the kitchen island bench, bring in a large amount of natural light. Mixed materials in the facade add interest and depth. In particular, the striking Silvertop Ash cladding around the main bedroom window matching with the render and brick. Inside, the wide entry and high ceilings convey spaciousness, particularly in the main living area, providing a feeling of warmth.
The custom design for this entertainer’s dream home was centralised on bringing focus to a stunning seven-by-three-meter pool and the outdoor entertaining area adjacent to the internal open living space. With four bedrooms, an additional study, two interior living rooms and an outdoor living area for the avid host, this spacious family home was designed to be simplistic, modern, durable and elegant. Internally you are greeted with an impressive entrance door to an expansive opening drawing attention to the raised ceiling and impressive open living space.
The client required a compact three-bedroom property that was energy efficient and a free-flowing family-friendly home. This home consists mainly of concrete block veneer with the north and east external walls clad with 6mm cement sheet painted black with radial rough sawn timber screwed over to give a soft natural feel. Locally sourced cypress to the north pergola gives a hint of shade from the summer sun but allows the winter sun to still reach the concrete slab to help with the heating of the home.
This home has high-end features that are showcased throughout the build in a unique way. Statement feature pieces are incorporated into each main room, and externally a combination of high-quality products have been used to complement every aspect of the front facade - such as hardwood timber battens, feature bricks and butt glass windows across the two front rooms. Internally, the home features 3.3m ceilings, a timber feature wall separating the entry hallway, and a gorgeous high-end kitchen and butler’s pantry. The master bedroom has a luxurious resort feel with feature timber lining to the bedhead and a hidden walk-in wardrobe.
The owner had a real vision to build a farmhouse-style home while incorporating modern and traditional fixtures and fittings. The living area’s large windows and sliding doors maximise the views while incorporating a seamless link to the exterior decking. Equipped with a functional walk-in pantry, massive stone island bench and fully equipped cinema room, this home is the perfect entertainer. The vast ceiling heights give a feeling of space and grandeur, while the full-height stone fireplace brings a cosy feel to cold winter days.
This two-storey home sits prominently on the sloped site, contemporary in its design, featuring interconnected twin gable roofs. The impressive facade is accentuated by the combination of contrasting materials: recycled brick paired with vertically laid Colorbond Custom Orb cladding. Designed to both capture the views to the Strzeleckis and utilise the fall of the land, the home has been thoughtfully designed to maximise space. It includes a ground floor studio, three bedrooms, two living areas, a study and a large Merbau deck area. The main living area provides a dramatic sense of space with the use of the vaulted ceiling rising to 3.5 metres in height.
In keeping with the overall look of the Dalkeith Retirement Village and aged care facility, the project comprises 37 townhouses consisting of a concrete slab on ground and timber framing with iron-clad roofs. Externally the structure is clad with a combination of rendered and face brick, various fibre cement sheet products such as Scyon axon, stria, matrix and prime line weatherboards with double glazed windows. The landscaping has been designed with retaining walls in some areas to allow for minimal inclines or steps to assist the elderly. The project features Modwood decks for some townhouses and exposed aggregate paving throughout.
Design is centred on sustainability, harnessing materials that sequesters carbon while efficiently absorbing and disbursing energy. This project interacts with its environment, capturing solar gains with carefully positioned passive solar design, working to passively heat and cool the home. Designed to be as energy-efficient as possible, with a 9-star energy rating and follows healthy home building biology principles. This is built to home a large family within a cleverly designed small footprint, which consists of 4 bedrooms, office, 2 bathrooms and a light-filled open plan living.
The new BFN offices consist of large open office spaces, a foyer reception area, boardroom, breakout area for staff with a full kitchen, dining, lounge and even a pool table to take a bit of stress out of the day, all with an industrial look open ceiling space. There’s a generous storage room and toilets with a powder room accessible from the director’s office and boardroom. Large plan desks allow for group interaction when tendering large commercial projects. The overall feel of the spaces is complemented with black and white images of previous projects completed by the BFN Team.
Using their proprietary system, Modularity, Rendine Constructions Pty Ltd designed, manufactured (off-site), delivered, installed, and commissioned a modular kindergarten building on an existing live school site. Delivering a 66-place kindergarten with a turnkey scope covering the demolition of existing structures, earthworks, service connections, landscaping, carpark and civil infrastructure. The building comprises of two children’s rooms, kitchen, storage rooms, staff room, laundry room, children and staff amenities, ambulant amenities, staff planning room and dedicated interview space and airlock. Externally the project includes external decking, a play area including play equipment, cubby house, landscaping including raised garden beds, shade sails and pathways finished with a new carpark.
Works consisted of demolishing the existing consultation and day procedure room and constructing a new integrated health care building as an extension of the existing hospital with an enclosed walkway link to the aged care building. The new building consisted of waiting/reception, staff room, open office, board room, consultation room, and day procedure rooms and recovery. The new building has several unique features: curved plaster and timber lined ceilings/eaves, and front façade curves in both plan and elevation and clad with VM Zinc vertical metal panel.