D’Agostino + Luff Architects design exciting and unique architecture. We fulfil our clients’ needs and respond to requirements set by the site and our environment . Our unique internal and external spaces create the emotional and physical experiences people will enjoy and remember. We know that good communication and listening skills are important. Our design ideas and solutions are as individual as each client. We have a sound knowledge of design and construction ensuring our buildings are creative, innovative and stimulating, whilst being economic and ‘buildable’
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Busselton Jetty Interpretive Centre
Situated over the waters of Geographe Bay, the Busselton Jetty Interpretive Centre remains an iconic coastal symbol for the Southwest of Western Australia. The building’s pitched roof forms, weatherboard cladding, and uncomplicated aesthetic ensures the building connects with all people.
Peppermint Beach WA, 2005
The owners required this two-storey home to take full advantage of the views, provide protection from the elements and give a holiday feel, all under the height restriction of 5.9m. This residence combines the visual strength of rendered walls with the lightness of steel and glass to create a dwelling ideally suited to its location. Internally, the use of polished concrete floors and simple colours give this beach house a great seaside feel. The rendered brickwork structure provides the bedrooms and downstairs living with a comforting embrace, whilst the open planned living and extensive use of northern glazing, provide an exciting stage from which to view the ever-changing seascape of the ocean
Mount Duckworth, Yallingup, 1998
The home has three separate buildings linked together using glazed bridges. The central rammed earth living area is the hub and the use of rammed limestone to this section gives it visual strength and solidity to the middle of the home. The combination of the strong central building and the light structured wings allow the building to sit softly on the landscape. The three separate roof forms also allow the mass of the building to be reduced allowing it to site lower against the treeline, and harmonise with the natural landscape behind