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We talk to Georgia from Frankly Interior Design about transforming a traditional home in Paddington into a contemporary living space with a design scheme and colours tailored to the client. We also learn more about the philosophy behind Frankly Interior Design.
In this article, we look at a unique transformation of this Mosman home from a Californian bungalow to an open-plan contemporary house that embraces the unique views and takes on a characteristic design.
In this article, we learn about the vision and collaboration of a family creating their new home with Chateau Architects + Builders from inspiration, design and completion of the award-winning Kings Langley house.
Matt Cantwell from Secret Gardens tells us about the encouragement he received from his client, Shane Noble, to be brave and bold when designing the landscape and swimming pool for Cove House.
When a group of passionate builders, architects, and designers come together, there is no doubt it will result in an incredible finish. So was the case in the Killara project.
The garden in Mosman received a striking facelift by Joanne Green Landscape & Interior tailored specifically to the needs and vision of the client.
One of the most unique aspects of the architectural design of 60 Martin Place is its curved facade with its cantilever design that expands 8 metres above the St Stephen Church.
For over 10 years, Sareen Stone has collaborated with TDDP Architects on numerous stunning projects. Our joint project this month is an innovative contemporary renovation of a 70’s Mosman residence.
While the history of the Terrazzo can be traced back to the pavements of 18th Century Venice, this longstanding traditional tile has enjoyed a recent renaissance in architectural projects across Australia.
A convenient one-stop shopping centre on Sydney’s northern beaches has recently had an upgrade to activate the street frontage with hospitality tenancies, realising a refresh for the centre’s Park St frontage to increase visibility and provide for a more pedestrian focused approach.
The large family home includes an entertainer’s kitchen and galley butlers, marble clad fireplace, 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
As landscape designers, what are three really important things Landsberg Garden Design can bring to a garden?
We chat to Brad McCann, Managing Director of McCann Constructions about their recent project upgrading Ramsgate RSL in Sydney’s south, including the feature wall of Sareen Stone’s Coliseum Striato Vein Cut Travertine large format tiles in a honed finish.
This week on the Blog we talk to Ryan from RMB Projects about their latest project – a fit out for a modern new homewares retail store in Sydney’s exclusive Eastern Suburbs. Ryan and his team at RMB Projects are both experienced and energetic, providing quality carpentry and building solutions in the Sutherland Shire and Sydney metro area.
This week on the Blog, we ask Interior Designer, Allie Blackwell of Ampersand Studio, about this project she recently completed in Freshwater on Sydney’s northern beaches where our Cascade Cream Limestone wall cladding was incorporated in the interior living space as a feature.
This month we chat to Beth Saiz from Zias Building Design about a new build at Murrays Beach just south of Newcastle in NSW. A tranquil location the home sits beautifully in the bushland setting and takes in the breathtaking views of the surrounding lake.
Blending contemporary design without compromising the beauty and charm of this heritage home in Hunters Hill in Sydney, is a triumph that Gardner Design and Construction can celebrate long into the 21st century.
We chat with Victoria Dennis, Director at TDDP Architects in Sydney, about a recent project using Sareen Stone’s Coliseum Striato Vein Cut Travertine.
The refurbishment of this commercial office space for Allen’s Law Firm in the Sydney CBD could be mistaken for a gallery with vivid artwork gracing its walls and the timeless and striking Italian travertine floor. As our story tells, it took many hands and an innovative approach to ensure the floor met the architect’s brief.
While Winter can be the time when most of us pack away the Speedos, it is a very busy time for pool builders. This month we talk to Rob Hitchcock from FreeStyle Pools, Sydney.