GPG Architecture and Design

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GPG Architecture and Design
6 Keane Place WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650 Australia

GPG Architecture and Design is an architectural practice offering clients innovative and environmentally sustainable solutions for a wide range of projects within the Riverina. Gioia Portolan Gianniotis is the principal Architect and sole proprietor of GPG Architecture and Design. Gioia relocated to Wagga Wagga in March 2004 and established GPG Architecture and Design in February 2006. Gioia has fifteen years architectural design & documentation experience in Sydney & the Riverina, with current practice projects composed the following: Small to medium new residences & alterations & additions to single residences, office fit outs and Community buildings.

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Coleman St additions

Coleman St, Wagga Wagga, 2009

The project involved the design and documentation of additions to existing residence in the Wagga Wagga Conservation Area, to include 3 bedrooms, bathroom, living room, laundry, garage and rear shed. The extension is in harmony with surrounding precinct utilising similar geometry and facade elements. A focal living area in the centre of the house was created, connecting the existing kitchen to the new addition.

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Riverview residence

Wagga Wagga, 2012

This home is located in Wagga Wagga and was awarded HIA Riverina Country Home of the Year 2012. A wide entry facade generates a dramatic streetscape presence, whilst internal soaring ceilings create inspiration for its occupants. The house layout is based on energy efficient passive design principles, to include east-west orientation, solar penetration, thermal mass and cross ventilation. This combined with active systems that embrace solar panels, solar hot water and water collection create a functional place for the family to live and grow.

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Richardson Residence

Darling Pl, Wagga Wagga, 2011

A growing and hectic family of 5 needed a home that provided a nucleus for the family to gather, as well as offering a haven for rest and recuperation. The house is highly energy efficient with excellent solar aspect in the winter months and the long east west facade, creates privacy to main outdoor living area, despite the openness of the site. Builder: J&C Morton Constructions Pty Ltd

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