Apr The Cons of Queenslanders: How Architecture Can Help
We all love Queenslanders. There’s no doubt about it. Historic, timber houses have lined the streets of Brisbane and beyond for many generations. Queenslanders have blessed our streets for a hundred years or so, most being built post-war, and were specifically designed to suit Queensland’s tropical climate. The characteristics of a gorgeous Queenslander will never… Read more »Read More
Jun Feeling the chill this winter? Renovate your home for the seasons
South East Queensland is renowned for its hot summers and sunny days spent at the beach. However, any local will tell you that a Brisbane winter can pack a punch. Beautiful old properties like Queenslanders are dotted throughout Brisbane and its surrounding suburbs. While conventional in structure, many older Brisbane properties were never traditionally built… Read more »Read More
Jun Feeling stuck in the house? Kids driving you crazy? Here’s how architecture can help.
That dream-home feel can slip away if you’re spending a lot of time in the house. As we’re all adjusting to life in isolation it can be difficult to find a balance between working and schooling, and finding space to relax in your home. Thankfully, there are some handy architecture design tips you can apply… Read more »Read More
Jan Building a second storey – is it worth it?
If you’re looking for more space in your home lifestyle, you may be tossing up between renovating, buying new or investing in a whole new build. Before you make this choice, it’s important to consider the pros and cons of adding a second storey on to your existing home. There are plenty of great… Read more »Read More