Our resort style residence in Concord has recently been DA approved by Canada Bay Council. The concept involves carrying a pool as a central element of the house. To provide poolside living yet act as water feature and a reflection pond. The pavilion style residence allows for good light to all rooms while protect the amenities of its neighbours.
Our project located along Tennyson Point Rd has been DA approved by Ryde Council. The design centres around a ‘resort style living concept and features a cantilevered pool with an angular concrete frame structure. The pool acts a centre piece to the home and cooling feature to the adjoining living spaces.
Our luxury waterfront residences in Huntleys Point was recently DA approved by Hunters Hill Council. With a bit of patience and a positive reaction by the adjoining neighbours to the proposal, we believe our sensitive approach to its context and appreciation of scale, has led to a positive outcome for our clients and the support from Council.
Our helical stair by enzie stair has progressed to the stage of plastering. The stair spans over 3 floors and is more like a sculptural element in the making. The complexity of its structure yet simplicity in its twisty form provides a dramatic effect to greet it’s owners and friends yet is one of the most comfortable stair we have walked on.