September 22, 2015
9:25 am

Images of Brighton House taken 10th September 2015

External cladding now nearing completion

Internal passage view to the Brighton marina beyond

February 25, 2015
9:17 am

Brighton House Updates

The last of the roof framing is now in place, external cladding to commence shortly.

View for bed room taking shape.

Steel framing now being erected for upper floor and roof.

View from street with adjoining house in the background designed by John Baird in 1968.

December 15, 2014
9:07 am

Cambridge Street Stage 2

The old timber floors have now been polished and look beautiful with the last of the highlight windows now fitted.

Beautiful natural light now filters the upper floor.

December 15, 2014
8:50 am

A big day, the ground floor slab is poured today with over 60 cubic metres of concrete. Looking forward to seeing the frame and walls go up now.

For more information on the project click here.

September 5, 2014
4:26 pm

Sustainable House Day 2014

We’re opening our doors to be part of the Sustainable House Day, come and visit the Blue House in Elwood on Sunday 7th September, form 10.00am til 4.00pm

I’ll be there so feel free to come and have a look and ask any questions about how to make a sustainable house

For more informations click here.

August 14, 2014
4:40 pm

Green Talks Paint

I was recently asked by Tamsin and Tom from Green Magazine to give brief talk about colour, not something I necessarily felt expert to talk about but it was an interesting idea to consider how we use colour in architecture and why. In particular I reflected on when we see colour especially when travelling to new places and how it can be associated with landscape or culture. Technology too has had a bearing on the production and use, of course now we are able to use almost any colour imaginable. Which still leaves us with the dilemma of making that right choice.

August 11, 2014
3:01 pm

Mobile Art Box

Hoop Plywood, Black melamine interior

This idea came about with my young son Sam, who loved drawing and painting. We only had a single living space so we wanted something that could open up like a pandora’s box to get all the paint stuff out and then neatly put away – or more precisely roll away as we also used castor wheels to allow it to be more easily moved around the room or even outside. The tilt up door also serves as a work desk so all you need to do is pull up a chair and paint away.

June 16, 2014
9:37 am

Cambridge Street

A big clean up, demolition has just commenced, and the old roof is now exposed.