These projects are either in design stage, in Council or are still under construction. Please click on the project title below to view the 3D images used as part of our design process and read about the project overview for more information.
This new home under construction on Sydney’s North Shore expresses the blade as its central idea. Using board formed concrete as the structure and finish on its axial spine wall, the aesthetic is bold with dramatic volumes using passive design strategies for optimum comfort. Cost approx. $3500 per m2.
This 7 star passive home, whilst more than generous in its proportions, responds to the low undulating plains of Waggas rural district. By using natural finishes of concrete, timber, and glass it echoes the rural palette of rusted iron and the utilitarian approach of locally sourced material. Cost around $5000 per m2.
Although yet to be built, this passively designed rural retreat draws from its environs with locally sourced materials including spotted gum cladding and speaks to its rural roots with raw finished structural and corrugated steel. It’s simple form allows its generous views full justice, and will serve as the ideal getaway. Cost approx. $2500 perm2.
Soon to be completed in 2016, Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures will provide the ultimate escape for weddings, conferences, school groups and adventurers with its new restaurant and function space. Teaming with renowned interior designers Lucetti Krelle, this modern rural aesthetic will be the place to see and be seen in years to come. Cost around $3500 per m2.
Inspired by the Palm Springs party homes of California by the likes of Richard Neutra et al, this mid-century modern inspired home is the supreme rural retreat of one of Sydney’s premier builders. With free will to design for an active and social family, this spreading home nestles into its hillside local and terraces the landscape with its large cantilevered roof and counterbalancing masonry blades. Stage one now completed at a cost of around $4000 per m2.