Yarragon House is a small Contemporary Farmhouse Design. Designed for the slope, this project was highly influenced by the client’s wishlist and budget and we drew heavily on the numerous images provided by the customer. The split level worked a whole flight of stairs so the main living areas is not only on the entry level but also raised off the ground to capture the rural views. The master bedroom, laundry and a bathroom are also found close by with the lower level containing 2 other bedrooms, bathroom and playroom for the kids. This Contemporary Farmhouse Design is unique and should appeal to those wanting a more modern country lifestyle.
Diamond Creek House is a tricky 3 bedroom cottage design constrained by an irregularly shaped building envelope. As is often the case, the building envelope was included with the original subdivision, presumably by the council in order to preserve existing vegetation. Working within these requirements we’ve managed to come up with quite an interesting quirky 3 bedroom cottage design which maximises passive solar gains by way of corner northern windows in the living areas. Everything is in the right place, a generous kitchen / dining / living zone, separate rumpus, entry, w.c, garage and laundry on the lower level. Upstairs we have the master bedroom and ensuite at one end and the 2 kids bedrooms at the other. We’ve even managed to include a few steps to allow for the small slope of the site and include a cathedral ceiling in the main living area – adding some more drama to an already stunning creation. What a great 3 bedroom cottage design on such a tightly restricted little site.
With Macleay House, we strived to find the perfect balance between traditional form and contemporary living. By using a mixture of low maintenance materials, natural timber and integrating the home into the existing landscape (using a split level), we have created a beautiful stylish home which exudes peace and tranquillity and a relaxed coastal lifestyle.
This is a modification to the Sandlewood House Design where we have changed the rooflines (substituting the skillion roofs for gables), increased the building footprint and added a third bedroom – leaning more towards the coastal cottage feel of the project and away from the contemporary. What a great 3 bedroom coastal cottage design.