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We were engaged to redesign a large 70's styled house in Sandy Bay, Tasmania. The brief was to modernise the exterior, have contrasting textural elements, build a new rumpus room into the existing garage, and incorporate a new double carport / storage area. The original roof had previously been replaced, so instead of going to the expense of altering the roof we designed a series of parapet facades to disguise it. From there we extended the dwelling towards the street to create a more welcoming appearance. Textural elements such as the stone columns & exposed aggregate driveway contrast well with the smooth external walls of the dwelling. The entrance to the home is now protected from the weather & the layout creates an onsite turning area for safer exiting of vehicles from the property. The home now has an impressive street frontage & has made a huge difference in street appeal & value.

 

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COMPLETED PROJECTS
PLANNING STAGE
PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION
OLD BEACH RIVERFRONT HOUSE
MIDWAY POINT EXTENSION
TASSIELINK P/L BUS DEPOT
DODGES FERRY HOUSE
LENAH VALLEY HOUSE
LENAH VALLEY EXTENSION
SANDY BAY EXTENSION
GRANTON HOUSE
MOONAH EXTENSION
CARLTON BEACH HOUSE
TAROONA HOUSE
HILL STREET GROCERS
TRANMERE HOUSE
PORT ARTHUR HOLIDAY HOUSE
KINGSTON BEACH EXTENSION
NEW TOWN GARAGE
AFFORDABLE RENOVATIONS