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    Curves in Design

    While flat walls, square bedrooms and straight-edged bathrooms are common features of our homes, a resurgence in more complex architecture is taking hold in custom home design.

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  • The Evolution of Outdoor Living

    While lot sizes have shrunk over time, and backyards with them, our love of outdoor connection has remained, inspiring architects and builders to be creative with their design.

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  • Sparking Interest – Fireplaces in the Homes

    Through the years fireplaces have evolved and so has the importance of form vs function. Fireplaces were once used for heating spaces, that function was essential, they were clunky and prominent in the main living spaces of the home.

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  • Allure of Concrete

    Some observations and advice from our Lead Architect Mary Ong and Interior Designer Courtney Doyle on the use of concrete in home interior and exterior design, this is something more and more Perth residents creating homes are interested in.

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  • Googie Architecture

    A recent Weststyle City Beach design and build took influence from the design styling more commonly seen on highway diners in America of the gambling strip in Las Vegas.

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  • Retaining Warmth

    Staying warm in winter, how do you make your house do the work? One of the main advantages and benefits of draught proofing a home is climate control, the ability to maintain a more constant temperature and therefore reducing the need for extensive heating/cooling, which then in turn reduces the associated costs of this.

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  • Environmentally Sustainable Interior Design

    Our clients are becoming more and more conscious of the potential environmental impact their interior design may have. We have recently completed a project where the home is entirely reliant on natural ventilation, which is something that we are getting more questions about from clients with the growing costs of electricity and increasing negative impacts on the environment.

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  • Solid Foundations

    Western Australia consists of a range of different soil types, ranging from sands through to clays and rocks. Our Lead Architect, Mary Ong, talks about the importance of speaking to an expert when embarking on your home building journey.

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  • Maximising Mobility

    Lead Architect, Mary Ong, discusses how key design elements can eliminate liveability issues across a multi-storey home. In focus, our HIA WA Liveable Home of the Year award winning home ‘Rob Roy’.

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  • New Year, New Trends – a focus on Interior Design

    2021 is well underway; our expert Interior Designer Courtney Doyle discusses trends and predictions for the coming year.

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