Photographer: Brave Media


This natural addition was further complemented by the fresh, neutral interior, with a Poggenpohl kitchen, featured timber detailing and blonded engineered timber flooring. We added to this with full bathroom refits, including tiling, fixture and fittings, all crafted with understated elegance in mind.

The house met the outside world with the inclusion of large sliders, opening to a stunning Garapa hardwood deck and level lawn.

Together with SGA, we gave a modern family bungalow a new lease on life, and crafted a space that couldn’t wait to be lived in.

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