Dynamic Design Solutions
We are a small, prestigious Design Award Winning Practice, friendly practice, specialising in high end residential projects-heritage, traditional, modern and contemporary. We have more than 25 years’ Australian building industry knowledge and extensive council experience in dealing with complex planning and design issues across Sydney. We attribute our success to the satisfaction of our valuable client for quality and consistent service that we provide. We listen to them, then come up with innovative and creative designs to suit their individual needs and budget. Our work has been widely published in prestigious architectural publications and press media.
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Epping, NSW, 2006
Although prominently located at the junction of two streets, this red face brick (b/v) house built in 70s with Colorbond roof was set deep in from the front building line and made no significant contribution to the streetscape. The aim was to give a complete facelift to the entire house with a fresh new look-a contemporary style design with open plan living. The idea was to elevate and articulate the front and side street facades to give it an identity and street presence that enhances the streetscape and neighbourhood. The design brief required rationalizing the existing plan, extend to have with additional bedrooms, ensuites and living room with natural light & ventilation in abundance. The design intent was to blend the existing house with the new extension so the entire house is seamlessly integrated into one. A sensitive and thoughtful design has emerged after careful site analysis and selection of right materials. Most importantly, the use of the right scale, materials, proportions and articulation of facades have manifested this project into delightful and rich architectural experience.
Roseville House in conservation area
Roseville, NSW, 2008
Located in the lower north shore suburb of Sydney, this Federation house in Roseville was built in 1908 and has some original features that include high ornate patterned ceiling and a fire place. The most challenging part of the design was to work through council’s tight height restrictions (property is in Conservation area) and achieve client’s brief that included converting attic roof space into a master bed room with a shower and a TV room as parent’s retreat. Inserting a staircase in suitable location also required reconfiguring the laundry and kitchen on ground floor with new ceilings. Roof junctions with raked ceiling, triangular dormer windows, shower/toilet set out in tight space, downlights-all resulted into creating a dramatic effect to this spacious, cosy and quality attic extension, demonstrating a perfect example of good design and builder’s deft craftsmanship.
Denistone heritage listed house
Denistone, NSW, 2007
This heritage listed house, Circa 1860s is called