This modern 2 storey luxury residence is located in Ashmore, on the banks of the Nerang River. Featuring 4 car garage, 5 bedrooms all with walk in robes, 4 ensuites, powder room, passenger lift, cellar, theatre, 2 living areas, large kitchen, butler’s pantry, alfresco & pool. Façade materials include Colourbond mat and Alucobond cladding. To be constructed on 2020. Stay tuned for construction progress pics.
This duplex development I completed last year, in Ashmore on the Gold Coast, is currently under construction.
This duplex development, in Palm Beach on the Gold Coast, should be starting construction in the near future. I designed this detached duplex for the clients so they could live in one and use the other residence as a rental property. The design in simple and modern with plenty of space for their growing family.
The project uses Colorbond Matt as a cladding material in Monument, as shown below. Hopefully, I will get around to taking some photos as the build progresses.
The 3D render artist has been busy working up our new home designs lately. This one is for a new home at Fitzgibbon Chase in the Brisbane suburb of Fitzgibbon.
Architecture is not about building the impossible, which we can do if we have enough money and enough tools and enough computers. It is about building what is appropriate and about attaining beauty through such an approach. I describe this premise as ‘inherent buildability’, and I believe it is central to what I do.
There are always limitations on design. Planning controls, site size, shape and slope, and building budget all impact on design. While it would be wonderful to be able to design without restrictions, architecture is all about being able to work within these limitations and still design something beautiful.
We recently completed a design concept for a Hamptons style house in Kingscliff NSW.
This is an award winning design by Nettleton Architects in Sydney. Its lightweight construction and clever detailing give the house the appearance of floating above the ground and works in with the natural contour of the site. The architect has also ensured light makes its way into the spaces in innovative ways creating a spacious and airy feel and links to the surrounding bushland.
View more here: http://nettletonarchitect.com/residential/foxground-house/