• 20 Currimundi Rd first floor extension

First floor addition to a 1983 steel framed Logan home. To maintain continuity with the place, the original was “lightly touched” by a new first floor. Full advantage was taken of the northerly exposure towards the lake, with midday sun admitted during winter but excluded in summer due to fine tuned eaves overhang & sunshading.

  • Mt Mellum House

At the completion of the Design Development stage, a walk through or fly-by is shown to give you a full visualisation of the entire building. ArchiCad can model sun path diagrams so that summer shading and winter sun penetration can be optimised.

  • Buderim Extension

This 1970's vintage brick home in Buderim was altered and extended with dramatic effect. Translucent walls on the south (street) side admit natural light without contributing to heat loads. Curved battening provides a durable surface, and together with the fibreglass create an unusual play of light.

  • Sea & Sky

The Sea & Sky Units at Golden Beach use fibro cladding with a texture finishes. this allows use of colour and minimises maintenance. Sun control is carefully considered. The style is reminiscent of the 50s and 60s beach houses. The Project won the Sunshine Coast Housing Industry Association's (HIA) Energy Efficiency Award for 2000

  • Warana Beach House

Town planning consent was required to exceed 8.4 m in height and capitalise on the south eastern views over the dune to the sea. This home was designed with four storeys - garage and boat accommodation on the ground, childrens' bedrooms in the first, living on the second with main bedroom retreat in the attic space

  • Studio

This lightweight ancillary building could be adapted as an artists studio, sleepout or cabana. Shading fins over curved framing run over a polycarbonate weather shield. Shade structure and fence are designed to support vegetation

  • Trentham

Conservation and change of use for 7 Wilson Ave, Dicky Beach, Caloundra. The original house had been built in 1939 for rental accommodation, and has some local significance in that it is one of the originals in that area. It was also important in it's contribution to the character of the streetscape, and in it's ability to demonstrate the evolution of the post WW2 beach houses.

  • Buderim House

Alterations and additions to "Buderim House" - Design Development and Heritage Act approval. This substantial 1915 Queenslander is listed on the State Heritage Register. A small section of the original vine scrub in the grounds ( left as a windbreak) is listed by the National Trust. The intention was to re-convert from function rooms/art gallery back to a private residence, and involve new kitchen & bathroom facilities as well as additional living, sleeping areas and parents' retreat.

  • Moffat Headland House

Carports, pool area and entry were added/upgraded to this circa 1960 house on Moffat Headland