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Minimalist White Queenslander Renovation
Minimalist White Queenslander Renovation
Ethos InteriorsEthos Interiors
Lovingly called the ‘white house’, this stunning Queenslander was given a contemporary makeover with oak floors, custom joinery and modern furniture and artwork. Creative detailing and unique finish selections reference the period details of a traditional home, while bringing it into modern times.
Applecross Residence
Applecross Residence
Colourcube InteriorsColourcube Interiors
Minimal contemporary approach to enhance the aesthetics of the design of this Applecross home.
Bookshelf
Bookshelf
Atlas ArchitectsAtlas Architects
Behind the rolling hills of Arthurs Seat sits “The Farm”, a coastal getaway and future permanent residence for our clients. The modest three bedroom brick home will be renovated and a substantial extension added. The footprint of the extension re-aligns to face the beautiful landscape of the western valley and dam. The new living and dining rooms open onto an entertaining terrace. The distinct roof form of valleys and ridges relate in level to the existing roof for continuation of scale. The new roof cantilevers beyond the extension walls creating emphasis and direction towards the natural views.
Prahran Heritage Renovation and Extension
Prahran Heritage Renovation and Extension
Sherbrooke Design and ConstructionSherbrooke Design and Construction
This semi-detached inner suburban Edwardian home was in original condition but for limited 1960’s improvements to the kitchen, bathroom & laundry. The brief was to create a contemporary residence encompassing the heritage context with every modern amenity and embracing the opportunities of a rear northern exposure.
Periscope House
Periscope House
Mihaly SlocombeMihaly Slocombe
Periscope House draws light into a young family’s home, adding thoughtful solutions and flexible spaces to 1950s Art Deco foundations. Our clients engaged us to undertake a considered extension to their character-rich home in Malvern East. They wanted to celebrate their home’s history while adapting it to the needs of their family, and future-proofing it for decades to come. The extension’s form meets with and continues the existing roofline, politely emerging at the rear of the house. The tones of the original white render and red brick are reflected in the extension, informing its white Colorbond exterior and selective pops of red throughout. Inside, the original home’s layout has been reimagined to better suit a growing family. Once closed-in formal dining and lounge rooms were converted into children’s bedrooms, supplementing the main bedroom and a versatile fourth room. Grouping these rooms together has created a subtle definition of zones: private spaces are nestled to the front, while the rear extension opens up to shared living areas. A tailored response to the site, the extension’s ground floor addresses the western back garden, and first floor (AKA the periscope) faces the northern sun. Sitting above the open plan living areas, the periscope is a mezzanine that nimbly sidesteps the harsh afternoon light synonymous with a western facing back yard. It features a solid wall to the west and a glass wall to the north, emulating the rotation of a periscope to draw gentle light into the extension. Beneath the mezzanine, the kitchen, dining, living and outdoor spaces effortlessly overlap. Also accessible via an informal back door for friends and family, this generous communal area provides our clients with the functionality, spatial cohesion and connection to the outdoors they were missing. Melding modern and heritage elements, Periscope House honours the history of our clients’ home while creating light-filled shared spaces – all through a periscopic lens that opens the home to the garden.
HIghtide Port Elliot Airbnb
HIghtide Port Elliot Airbnb
GIA InteriorGIA Interior
A stylish teenage retreat features a teal lounge, lively beach paintings, and is elevated with the addition of subtle textured throw pillows and a rug.

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