Over the decades that we have been working in this field, we have created hundreds of unique designs for a wide range of design styles and types. There are not many situations that we haven’t experienced, so we can accommodate for small lots, steeply sloping sites, flood-effected sites, traditional homes and sites subject to Town Planning controls. No matter how simple or complex you think your project may be, we know from experience that there is a design that can address your requirements and we can assist in the feasibility stage of the project to help you decide whether your budget will be enough or if you need to adjust your expectations or stage your project.
This house is designed to take maximum advantage of its great coastal outlook and was originally proposed with a flat roof which has evolved to become a curved roof reminiscent of the water and waves nearby.
This is a dramatic transformation and extension of a 1960s house
These 2 houses have been designed to fit on an existing 800 sq.m site
This project was born out of a desire by the client to create a house that was unambiguously modern, with bold minimalist forms and distinctive quality materials. The juxtaposition of the built forms creates drama that belies the simplicity of the design. The clients...
This house is located in an area with many traditional style houses and the local Town Planning Code required a design that worked in with this context by incorporating a steeply pitched roof. We developed this design which has a very low pitched roof but...
This new 2 storey family house has been designed to relate to the local context of traditional Ashgrovian houses and to comply with the local Character Code. In incorporates all of the requirements of modern family living in a design that successfully...
This attractive low-set traditional Queenslander house was retained at the front of the large suburban site with a new 2 storey extension built to the rear to take advantage of the northerly aspect to the rear yard. The new part of the house is quite...
This contemporary house evolved through several versions before the client settled on the preferred design.
This new neighbourhood shopping centre has a themed design for a major anchor tenant and several smaller tenancies and parking.
This 2 storey new childcare centre or 125 children was designed to suit a compact and unusual shaped site and takes advantage of every square metre.
This Clubhouse has been given a modern makeover to take advantage of its great location with a new facade and interior upgrade of the Lobby and Dining Areas.
This stunning new childcare centre has been designed from a 1970s building requiring an extension and external makeover
This is a themed design for a new Pub in Moreton Regional District.
This is a large development comprising 55 Units spread over 2 buildings and 3 storeys on a previously underutilised site in central Clayfield.
This development required the retention of an existing house and the design of 3 new townhouses behind on a typical 800sq.m property.