The team utilised the upward slope of the block to create a stunning split-level home with both functional and stylish spaces. Keeping within the modest budget, the team were able to deliver three generous bedrooms, a rumpus area/guest room, three bathrooms, two living areas and an alfresco living space. The team ensured that the home has longevity and optimal functionality by installing double glazed windows and additional insulation to ensure maximum energy efficiency and reduce heating and cooling costs. The team used a parapet wall on the garage to conceal the flat roof to deliver a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to a split-level roof.
This home enjoys all the natural light from the strategically positioned north facing windows. The perfect combination of 3.4-metre-high ceilings and the spacious open plan layout, provide the ultimate livable family home. The front façade delivers modern Australian design with Australian made brick, a smooth face and timber cladding that provides an outstanding feature on the exterior. The home is cleanly designed to highlight the high-quality materials in each room. Outside, the cantilevered porch and the functional alfresco dining space perfectly complete this lovely family home.
This modern family home delivers sophistication and high-quality construction with a minimal budget. By using skylights and large windows the team were able to create a sense of openness and light throughout the home. The staircase has timber treads and a long, steel spine that leads you directly to the contemporary second floor of the home. The exterior features matte-finished cladding which aligns with the modern timber and polished concrete inside. This home showcases an impressive use of raw materials to create an overall polished finished home with all the functionality of modern-day living.
This classically beautiful home was inspired by the American Hamptons style, evolved into the Australian landscape. The home showcases impeccable detail, including the floor to ceiling wainscotting in the grand entry. The home oozes luxury from the elegant lamb’s tongue stone benchtops to the handmade Spanish tiles to the detailed white cabinetry. The home was crafted to not only be visually stunning, but to stand the test of time. This included the use of recycled Canberra timber, double glazed windows, and solar panels. The white and soft grey classic façade is the perfect introduction to the stunning home inside.
This multilevel, architecturally designed home dazzles from the first moment you approach the home. Inside, the home impressions with high-quality materials and modern, functional layout. There is incredible detail in the concrete floor construction including using slab on ground, off form suspended floating concrete, suspended bondeck structure and thickened edge raft slabs. The home boasts large, feature windows and high ceilings that maximise the northern sun and incredible views. The team used glass, custom metal handrails, recycled timber, metal cladding and bagged brick to deliver a stunning, modern home that is a work of art amongst the suburbs.
The design brief was to create a unique high-end home that capitalized on the incredible vistas, creating a modern family treehouse. The home stuns with an impeccable use of raw materials that showcase clean design and high-quality construction methods. Polished concrete floors lead you through the home as the timber, glass and steel remind you of the home’s picturesque locale. The team delivered the home with a 7.7 energy rating through solar orientation, double-glazed high-performance glass and the installation of a 15-kilowatt solar system. The stylish aluminum cladding is an outstanding design feature and an ingenious way to conceal the garage space.
This home delivers the grandeur and futuristic quality of an airport, all while retaining the warmth of a family home. The teams also took an aeronautical approach to planning the layout of this home, by separating the house into different wings. The four wings include the living zone, the office, the double height entry and the sleeping zone, which allowed for solar penetration and cross flow ventilation. The location of ‘Forrest’ is ideal for this home, as it perfectly blends nature and home with the use of large glass windows and heritage trees at focal points.