This brick bungalow was given a second
storey loft, and the new living space beneath cathedral ceilings included a
kitchen, bathrooms and multiple bedrooms.
A new pool was installed and the surrounding
Green initiatives included water tanks,
solar panels and the incorporation of recycled materials.
Two terrace houses were amalgamated to
form a single residence incorporating a new swimming pool and basement storage.
Structural dividing walls were carefully
removed, the floors re-aligned and new pressed-metal ceilings installed.
Traditional elements were saved where possible and married with the modern
elements of the design, which included extensive acoustic controls and bespoke
built-in storage and wardrobes.
This semi-detached home was renovated to
include a new loft, kitchen and living areas.
On a steep waterfront slope, the existing
house was removed and the demolished materials plus purchased recycled timbers
were used in the construction of the new home which stands on the original
Surrounded by bush a sophisticated
bushfire defence system included the installation of large underground water
storage tanks (including a blackwater recycling system), a sprinkler network
and the use of fire-resistant hardwood joinery.
A Redfern terrace was renovated to create a new kitchen / dining area that expanded out to the garden as well as a new bathroom, all done in under 3 months.
Iggys Bakery - Work in Progress
We are currently converting an existing double fronted commercial terrace to an organic bakery and residence.