studioJLA have been featured in an online article created by Houzz who have over a million follower’s worldwide. This article discusses how Built-in joinery can take your home to the next level. We designed the ‘Rooms that adapt’, our clients brief was to have a home office without having to sacrifice a bedroom. We created a built-in hideaway bed that is easily accessible.


This allows our clients to have guests stay without the hassle of setting up a bed. In one simple step by pulling down the bed a ‘bedroom’ is created. Simply lift the bed up and it folds easily back into the wall space creating the ‘home office’. Cupboards and shelving have been incorporated on each side of the bed space to maximise the use and function of this adaptable room.

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Gladesville House

Our project in Gladesville provided an opportunity for client and architect to work in collaboration to design the proposed additions to an existing Californian bungalow with each decision based on its sustainability.


Our house located along Gipps St in Drummoyne was featured in design trends for bathrooms in House and Garden Magazine. The design of the bathroom was centred on showcasing the free standing bath. Glass hand cut mosaic tiles are used as a backdrop to the free standing bath, tucked away behind the bath sit the toilet and shower to focus the attention on the main design elements.