Heritage-listed homes are important remnants of our nation’s history. Our client wanted to retain a piece of this history but was open to different design styles to give the home its own character not only by getting a facelift but have usable facilities. Homes of this age come with their own problems and Gardner Construction we able to work within the restrictions to alter this heritage-listed home.
This Sydney single floor, architecturally designed semi-attached 2-bedroom dwelling had been outgrown. Quality was the main focus for our clients and they had strong views on what needed to be included in the new house, it needed to be practical and functional for their large extended family on all occasions.
This house did not have a sense of connection and the floorplan was disjointed and not family friendly. Rooms were closed off, separated and did not allow light and flow into the spaces. They wanted their home to feel connected and open. Open plan living is one of the biggest changes in contemporary home building design. Our aim was that the kitchen was open to living areas and become connected to the backyard.
Our client wanted to achieve a classic Hamptons Style coastal feel home while still being sophisticated and elegant. With the right choice of materials and finishes, a clever and well thought out design we achieved this for this inherited Kingsford family home. Everything about this Kingsford home was oversized including 4m high ceilings, large master bedroom, oversized bathroom so Gardner Construction had to
Successful first floor additions to semis is a Gardner Construction speciality we are an experienced and proven home designer and builder who listens to and produces your brief and can steer you seamlessly through the process from sketch plans, development application or complying development certificate documentation, authority approvals, construction documentation, contract administration all whilst keeping your neighbours happy.