Integrated Design Group P/L
Established in 1999, Integrated Design Group continues to build a strong reputation across a range of architectural endeavour including residential, commercial and institutional projects. Our design process and architectural aspiration is anchored in principles of community making, affordability and environmental responsibility. Creative adaptation of conventional construction techniques and proprietary systems is integral to the innovation and insight we pursue for every project we undertake. Integrated Design Group is at the frontier with developers aspiring to a more sustainable ‘urbanity’, housing a population growing in both size and sophistication.
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Newbury, North West Sydney, 2006
The development consists of eleven dwellings, each leveraging standard project home construction techniques toward an affordable and distinctive architectural outcome. Build cost was $1100 per sq m. The architectural character is progressive without compromising the cohesion of the conservative suburban context. Transparency is controlled to provide passive surveillance of public spaces, enhance the perception of spaciousness and to maintain privacy. Each home is organised around a central void to ‘connect’ family life.
Alterations and Additions
Walang, Regional NSW, 2010
This is a cost effective alterations and additions project to an existing regional family residence. Solar access is optimised through considered orientation and planning. The living spaces define the edges of a partially covered north-facing courtyard. This economical yet dramatic space at the heart of the family home frames views from the living spaces to the surrounding region, and provides a new focus for family activity where the thresholds between indoor and outdoor are intentionally blurred.
Georges Hall, South West Sydney, 2009
This AAAC aged care facility fosters a sense of community and strong connections to common spaces. Varying levels of care are provided throughout a number of wings. The building is located opposite a large public reserve in a suburban context where medium density housing is predominant. The architecture creates spatial interest within the constraints of a narrow and undulating site. Visually the building seeks to provide a familiar, contemporary and stately character. Prepared under the Seniors SEPP 2004, the concept for this building was developed and presented in 2 weeks.