34 Spence Street, Mt. Gravatt
When is a deck not just a deck? When it is also a laundry, store, breezeway, servery and an entertainment necessity. This 'fly over roof' deck incorporates all these elements, and was a practical solution to our client's brief. This deck combined with bi-fold windows and doors, and a refurbished kitchen and bathroom, and existing walls removed to provide an open and spacious ambience to an otherwise austere 1950's dwelling, have transformed a post war house into a Queensland lifestyle icon.
52 Faramont Avenue, Holland Park
With the house being raised, and existing car accommodation lost to make way for extra living space, a new carport was the only way to go. This proposed carport has not only managed to replace the existing car accommodation formerly located under the house, but with its unique design, has also allowed it to compliment the contemporary design of the renovation.
40 Williams Parade, Fairfield
This is a 1950's house that has been extended front and back with decks. The design is modern contemporary, utilizing horizontal timbers, plywood panels and stainless steel wires.
42 Gorman Street, Wooloowin
With the opportunity to capture the magnificent open views to the rear of this dwelling, and still adhere to the character of the existing dwelling, this was the challenge of a double deck design to a fully renovated 'ashgrovian' residence in Wooloowin.
19 Dromos Street, Eight Mile Plains
Our clients were overjoyed with the ultimate result of our design to extend an existing brick veneer dwelling and incorporate a double carport into the front façade without compromising its street appeal.
9 Benbow Street, Tarrangindi
Roofed decks to corners of existing dwellings can prove difficult and expensive to construct. Our design not only addressed this issue but included a new focus to the entry and an ensuite and robe to the abutting master bedroom.

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