We were tasked with conducting a complete transformation of this run down Federation home, in collaboration with Cera Stribley Architects. The client needed a team who could execute a shared vision and delicately balance a fresh, modern look alongside the original heritage design.
We took the utmost care and attention to detail during the project to ensure that the original heritage foundations were not compromised, despite the understandable desire for luxurious, updated features internally. The client’s ambitious brief also included a double-storey car stacker, break out spaces for every family member, a luxurious parents’ wing, a wine cellar, and an interconnected living and outdoor area, which flowed seamlessly together.
The project presented a number of initial challenges, including difficulty gaining access to the rear of the site to install the car stacker and pool. We also incorporated a number of exceptional design characteristics within the home, which required expert skill to execute, such as an innovative curved shower in the ensuite, the creation of a purpose-built conservatory in the kitchen, and an air-conditioned wine cellar beneath a hidden hatch door.