EDH group pty ltd
The experience within EDH Group Pty Ltd is broad and worked to suit all the requirements of our Clients from Residential, commercial, industrial and international projects. All our projects are designed to provide environmental enhancement. As building designers and Architects, the practice is based on providing a professional standard. Our quality assurance program ensures that all projects are carried out in an exact and efficient manner. The office methodology is to provide new architecture for each and every site. Our architecture is integrated with the surrounding environment, functional in spatial design providing the client with our diverse approach to sustainable architecture.
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Forresters Beach, 2007
Renovated 1970’s red brick dwelling on the ocean. Transformed into a contemporary beach style home which captures its natural surroundings and maximises the illusion of space and its beachfront location. The internal area was only 90 square metres, however through optimising interior design philosophy while utilising passive design principles the renovated residence has exceeded the expectations for the occupants. Material selection includes steel framed superstructure which supports the exposed timber rafters while expressing the blackbutt timber ring beams which have grown from the sandstone blade walls. Finished with modern joinery in high gloss polyurethane and stone with energy efficient appliances and links with its external surroundings and herb garden.
Toowoon Bay, 2006
A renovated beach house located on the waters edge nestled within the existing environment. This home makes use of passive design principles and maximises the use of glass and its internal circulation to promote a seamless extension to its location. Use of travertine stone on vertical walls and merbau timber external posts created a vibrant contrast which was inspired by its natural surroundings and the clients lifestyle. The renovated house maintains and internal/external living arrangment through the utilisation of large anodised aluminium stacking doors which allows the whole internal living spaces to seamlessly open onto the large surrounding deck with 180 degree views of the Pacfic Ocean and its environs,
Toowoon Bay, 2007
A dual occupancy which was developed to encourage the NSW Housing Code and to ensure its compatibility with its existing built environment to ensure that the development was more reminiscent of a residential home than a residential unit development. The development was designed with an Indonesian flavour, however sympathetic to its user intent and market analysis. The design inhibited core passive design principles through cross flow ventilation and embodied energy to provide the future occupants a building which would ensure quality of lifestyle arrangements. The use of timber, stone and anodised glazing were prominent within the entire design regime to promote our use of sustainable materials and to enjoy our contemporary style of architecture.