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The result has been stunning with the clients delighted with the transformation. Greater internal living space now feels connected with the exterior areas of the property. Raising the original home allowed for expansion without losing precious outdoor space.

 

Project summary

This 1960’s home was certainly nothing to write home about in terms of its appearance. Whilst the property had solid ‘bones’ the exterior of the home was bland at best. Inside it lacked space and organisation resulting in a home that was low in terms of comfort and liveability.

For this Indooroopilly home renovation, the owners were seeking a modern and contemporary renovation to transform their 1960s Post-War home completely. Increasing the overall living space and improving the connectivity with the outdoors was a crucial component of the design brief. This home provides functional, sophisticated and sustainable architectural solutions, bridging contemporary Australian design with Japanese inspiration.

 

The Brief

The owners – fans of Japanese architecture – sought to transform the home with a contemporary renovation that would result in a modern Australian design with a Japanese flavour.

More space was also high on the list of must-haves with everything having its place to reduce clutter and improve flow throughout the home.

 

Indooroopilly Home Renovation

Situated on a sloping block, the existing post-war home’s timber frame was salvaged, forming a structural and integral component of the renovated home. Lifting the old house allowed for a modern building to inject sophistication and prestige into the site. This meant the home’s overall size could be increased without using up valuable real estate at the rear of the property.

 

This Indooroopilly home renovation won the 2016 ArChdes Residential Architecture Award.

In a sea of project homes surrounding the local golf course, a contemporary, streamlined roof breathes new life into the area with its newly created entertainment area design.

Originally from Western Australia, our clients moved to North Lakes and set down their roots in a local community with the most up to date facilities. They had made new friends and planned on staying long-term in their home, but desired a resort-style ambience that could turn their project home into an oasis for their family and their friends.

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The result has been stunning with the clients delighted with the transformation. Greater internal living space now feels connected with the exterior areas of the property. Raising the original home allowed for expansion without losing precious outdoor space.

 

Project summary

This 1960’s home was certainly nothing to write home about in terms of its appearance. Whilst the property had solid ‘bones’ the exterior of the home was bland at best. Inside it lacked space and organisation resulting in a home that was low in terms of comfort and liveability.

For this Indooroopilly home renovation, the owners were seeking a modern and contemporary renovation to transform their 1960s Post-War home completely. Increasing the overall living space and improving the connectivity with the outdoors was a crucial component of the design brief. This home provides functional, sophisticated and sustainable architectural solutions, bridging contemporary Australian design with Japanese inspiration.

 

The Brief

The owners – fans of Japanese architecture – sought to transform the home with a contemporary renovation that would result in a modern Australian design with a Japanese flavour.

More space was also high on the list of must-haves with everything having its place to reduce clutter and improve flow throughout the home.

 

Indooroopilly Home Renovation

Situated on a sloping block, the existing post-war home’s timber frame was salvaged, forming a structural and integral component of the renovated home. Lifting the old house allowed for a modern building to inject sophistication and prestige into the site. This meant the home’s overall size could be increased without using up valuable real estate at the rear of the property.

 

This Indooroopilly home renovation won the 2016 ArChdes Residential Architecture Award.

In a sea of project homes surrounding the local golf course, a contemporary, streamlined roof breathes new life into the area with its newly created entertainment area design.

Originally from Western Australia, our clients moved to North Lakes and set down their roots in a local community with the most up to date facilities. They had made new friends and planned on staying long-term in their home, but desired a resort-style ambience that could turn their project home into an oasis for their family and their friends.

  • FIRM

    Dion Seminara Architecture

  • Type

    Single Dwellings, Residential Estate

  • Design Style

    Modern

  • Architect / Designer

    Dion Seminara Architecture

  • Location

    Queensland

  • Status

    Completed

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