Sat, Apr 28 2012 02:50 | pavilion house, Contemporay, water feature, glass, design, architectural, coastal design, Award winning design, itunes, green
Our Ibook is now ready for your download.
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8 Houses - New iBook
Fri, Dec 23 2011 06:30 | luxury home design, Contemporay, passive solar design, Beach House, Lifestyle design, building design, architectural, sunshine coast, Building designer, coastal design, sustainable design
Some great shots of one of our latest homes. Built by Cleary constructions the home creates magical spaces that excite the senses. An amazing balance of warmth and character achieved in the home. We hope that the home can inspire you in your next home, or contact us to help you realise your our dream home.
BDAQ 2010 Award winning design
SBT Designs have been awarded for the best residential home over 450m2 in the Queensland Building Design Awards for 2010. The state award recognises the amazing design for the home that stretches across the ridge of the site and speads out with sweeping terraces that have soft curved edges. The home has a grandeur from entry gates and the winding road that leads you up the ridge passing through grassed fields and skirting the treed ridge line. The building appears with a bold form and has an organic grounding with the base landscaping walls of stacked local stone. The port cochere entry features a grand scale and uses recycled timber posts and beams as does the entry gates frame. The main living room features a setdown floor to provide an intimate formal living space and the use of the wrap around seating offers a great social gathering space. The increased ceiling height in the living room create a hierarchy of the dominance in the overall spacial planning of the home. The lounge space also features a two way wood fire place, shared with the formal dining. As with every section of the home the refinement of the dining is evident in the addition of the concealed wood store that is accessible from the living room and has a second external access to allow for easy restocking of the fire wood as sourced from the site. The outdoor rooms have been design to provide soft genital curves that point out towards the views focal points. The curved terraces create an organic flow to the building and provide a calming transition between each outdoor space. Stepping pads across the water, gas flares and water movement both internal and external complete the engagement of the senses as the flow through the home becomes and journey that plays with light, space and sound.
QMBA House of the Year Double
Mon, Jul 19 2010 12:08 | Contemporay, asian influence, QMBA Award 2010, Award winning design, Steep site constructions, Mount Cooroy
Braeden Constructions have taken out the Queensland Master Builders 2010 Sunshine Coast Regional Awards for House of the Year for the 2nd year running.
The Tunba House has been awarded the following awards in the Sunshine Coast Region :
Best Individual Home over $2 million and
House of the Year
The award recognises the level of detail and craftsmanship that Braeden Constructions have applied in the completion of the project. The continual pride in the work is a credit to Mick Devlin and his team of builders.
BDAQ 2010 Design Awards - Sunshine Coast Daily
Mon, Apr 19 2010 02:16 | Contemporay, Award wining design, Louvre windows, wet edge pool, ventilation, sunshine coast, Building designer, QBDA Awards, Water garden, Doonan, Mount Cooroy
Story published by the Sunshine Coast Daily for the BDAQ 2010 Design Awards - Sunshine Coast best house over 450m2