2014 BDAQ Regional Residential Award Winner – New Homes over 450sqm
2014 BDAQ Regional Residential Award Winner – New Homes 351 to 450 square metres 2014 QMBA Regional Residential Award Winner – Individual Home $426,000 – $475,000
2015 BDAQ Regional Residential Award Winner – Best Heritage Design This magnificent 450sqm, 4 bedroom heritage styled home is defined by split-face sandstone external walls and traditional hip roof. Lower skillion verandah roofs are symmetrically located each side of a central entry gable, complete with fretwork and finials. A formal entry, complete with chandelier, formal lounge and dining rooms are provided for traditional entertaining. For modern living, a spacious open plan living area opens out to a large alfresco patio located to catch summer breezes and morning winter sun.
2015 BDAQ Residential Award Winner – Alterations / Additions over $600,000 2015 QMBA Residential Award Winner – Home Renovation / Remodelling Project $576,000 – $1,000,000 The design challenge was to convert an existing modest, highset home into a large, five bedroom and office, double storey home, whilst maintaining some basic 1960’s style elements. The well appointed kitchen, with butler’s pantry behind, is the hub of the spacious open plan living on the upper level. Entertaining is a breeze with the servery catering to the alfresco patio. Large stacker doors allow the outdoors to flow into the home at the front…
2016 QMBA Regional Award Winner – Industrial Building
2017 BDAQ Residential Design Award Winner – New Houses $750,001 – $1,000,000 The goal of achieving South-East Asian resort style living has resulted in an unmistakably rural home that embraces the luxuries of openness, natural light and ventilation. Oversize wet areas, bedrooms and open plan living create an ambiance of a Balinese resort whilst still being a traditional Queensland homestead. The extensive outdoor living area uses operable bi-fold plantation shutters to control the connection to the outside climate.
2017 BDAQ Residential Design Award Winner – Best use of James Hardie products The residence is built on three levels, each stepping 300mm down the site. One large, primary, mono-pitch roof slopes parallel with the site and is complemented by smaller mono-pitch roofs, thus providing classy, modern, visual appeal. A “Family” zone of kids bedrooms, family room, WC, laundry, bathroom, study nook and plentiful storage was placed on one level; slab on ground garage on another. Kitchen, dining, main living, outdoor areas, guest bedroom and master suite are on the final level. Entry, via a raised timber bridge, is directly…
2017 BDAQ Residential Design Award Winner – New House $1,000,001 – $3,000,000 2017 QMBA Residential Design Award Winner – Individual Home $1.26 million – $2 million 2017 QMBA Residential Design Award Winner – House of the Year The design brief was for a large, functional, family home that captured the rural valley views and breezes to the rear, along with stunning city views from the front. The facade is a blend of modern styles complemented by accents of the client’s cultural heritage. Due to the extreme slope, and building height restrictions, the home was built over five levels stepping in…
2018 BDAQ Regional Award Winner – New Industrial Buildings The brief was to design three industrial units with a separate double garage. The units have a small ground floor entry with reception and amenities. Office space is provided on the upper level. To achieve three tenancies of a suitable size, the upper floor office space on two of the units was cantilevered out over the carparks. This maximised the size of the warehouse spaces and still allowed a semi-trailer to manoeuvre onsite and easily access each unit.
2018 BDAQ Residential Alterations / Additions Award Winner – Houses $350,001 – $800,000 The client’s vision was to transform a small, neglected beach house into a modern, upmarket, three bedroom home to capture the magnificent ocean views. Open plan living was provided on the upper level which leads onto a large covered patio, taking full advantage of the sea views. Sandstone was used extensively and provides a high screen fence linking the gate house to the entry.