Modern Addition – Mitchelton, Brisbane, Qld

Construction update

The project at Mitchelton has reached an important milestone. The scaffolding has been removed revealing the external skin clad in COLORBOND┬« Matt. The way this material changes under different lighting conditions is impressive. All structural elements are in place and we are moving towards the finishing and fit-out stages. I’m looking forward to seeing the glass connection between the old and the new take shape.

Modern Addition – Mitchelton, Brisbane, Qld

Construction update

Construction at Mitchelton continues to progress well. A big milestone was reached with the roof going on recently. The COLORBOND® steel Matt cladding in Monument is also on its way up. The scaffolding is due to come down by the end of the week.

Modern Addition – Mitchelton, Brisbane, Qld

Construction update: Week 6

Construction by Tim Watson from Building Quality Constructions continues to progress well. The slab for the carport and alfresco has been poured and the rear addition is really starting to take shape. It will be exciting to see the new roof and cladding go on soon.

Modern Addition – Mitchelton, Brisbane, Qld

Construction update: Weeks 3- 4

Construction by Tim Watson from Building Quality Constructions is progressing well on the modern front and rear additions to this existing 1950s cottage in Mitchelton. The design by Matthew Dean Architects includes a new carport and alfresco at the front and additional bedrooms, bathroom and study at the rear connected to the original cottage by a frameless glass walkway, creating a clear delineation between the old and the new.

Alterations & Additions, Coomera Shores

This waterfront cottage on the Coomera River is about to undergo a major transformation designed by Matthew Dean Architects. The alterations and additions are to include a new kitchen, dining ensuite, walk in robe, carport and rear alfresco. The charm of the existing cottage has been maintained with the modern addition creating a clear contrast between the old and new.

Scarborough Alterations & Additions, Brisbane

The client required some extra space added to this modest cottage. With a tight budget, additions to the existing residence were deemed to be the most cost-effective option. The addition includes 2 new bedrooms, master ensuite & walk in robe, carport, kitchen and alfresco. New cladding is also proposed comprising of fibre cement sheeting and battens with a paint finish to give the home an updated coastal appearance.