Many older homes lack the open living spaces and easy access to outdoor living areas that newer homes provide. Renovating can provide these elements while either sensitively retaining period features or refreshing and updating the look of your home.
Renovating or extending your existing home can be a cost-effective alternative to moving house. As skilled architects & planners we not only help design your ideal house extension or renovation but we also help you with obtaining the necessary building permits.
Call us today to arrange a FREE initial consultation for your home renovation or extension on (03) 9899 9166.
Project 5045 - Surrey Hills
Upper storey extension to Edwardian home.
Project 6051 - Balwyn
An extensive renovation to a gable roofed house, new roof area, bedrooms & dormers, tennis court and pool.
Project 7070 - Mont Albert
Upper storey extensions to 40's style home.
Project 9000 - Surrey Hills
Extensive rear double storey extension to Edwardian home in a period style.
Project 9028 - Burwood
New double storey residence with extensive ground floor living areas in an American Architectural style.
Project 9044 - Doncaster
Extensive addition and complete update of a 70's double storey box building into a contemporary style home.
Project 6003 – Safety Beach
Situated just metres from the new Martha Cove marine development at Safety Beach, this 1970's 2-storey beach shack has undergone a complete transformation resulting in a fresh, airy home.
Project 5007 - Kew
Located in the highly desired eastern suburbs, this contemporary renovation has turned a tired-looking 1970’s house into an enviable residence.
Project 0322 - Camberwell
Whether you wish to carry out a period renovation simply because you like the style, or because of local council heritage requirements, we can provide you with design solutions to fit your particular home.
Project 4116 - Seaford
The owners of this property wanted to extend and update their home, giving themselves easier access to their garden, a more open plan living area and an updated overall look. The existing plan has, for the main part, been retained, so although it looks like a completely new house, there has been suprisingly little structural change.