Project of the Month – March 2018
Small Space Flexibility
Having just purchased a beautiful period home in central Albury our client wanted to put their own spin on it.
They were doing some renovations inside before moving in and, at the same time, wanted to create a space that could be used as both an alfresco area and for more car accommodation.
Making the addition look as seamless as possible with the existing property was very important.
We kept the design simple in order not to detract from the features of the heritage home and made the addition look seamless by matching the bricks and feature colours.
We created a very practical space that can be used for car-parking as well as a flexible patio area. The end result also keeps the design integrity of their home and doesn’t detract from the beauty of the residence.
If you are inspired to make the most of your outdoor area feel free to contact us.
Project of the month – February 2018
Easy and fast
Our client had an area next to an existing pool that was separated from the main outdoor entertaining area. It was an awkward shape and very exposed to elements.
They wanted a cover that didn’t make the space feel too closed in and that was comfortable to use in the depths of Summer with the westerly sun beaming on it. They also wanted the structure to integrate as best as possible with their home.
We created a design that works with the shape of the area and kept it light and airy to make it seem larger than it is.
Insulated roof panels provide relief from the Summer sun and the overhang on the front of the bean allows for maximum coverage.
Colour matching to the pool fencing and including external LED lighting for night-time enjoyment ensure integration with the existing home.
This client is thrilled with the design, the ease of our process and rapid construction time.
We love this project as it is proof that you really don’t need to have a huge area to create something special.
If you are inspired to update your alfresco feel free to contact us.