Split Level

This example in our showcase shows what can be achieved on a sloping block. This split-level home had 3m of fall on the block, and the client’s wish was to accommodate a home that would be able to capture the best surrounding views of the location. We achieved this by adding high ceilings and large stacker doors to the main living area on the first floor. By doing this, we were able to create a space that led out to the front balcony and rear alfresco. This 38sq home fulfilled our client’s wishlist with five bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, home theatre, double garage and more storage under the house than most people can only dream about.


The owners of this corner block had a wishlist to build a modern duplex that presented well and had a higher level of inclusions at a reasonable budget. With careful consideration of the overall design and evaluating every inclusion, we were able to achieve their wishlist. We added in all the essential items such as higher ceilings, front balcony and a larger front door to give the design a grander entrance. We also used a variety of materials and finishes to bring our design-conscious clients wishes to reality. We even took care of the subdivision works and registration as this can get a little tricky.


Presented on a narrow and sloping block which was bought by an investor, we were asked to create a functional home that would maximise rental returns without over-capitalisation. We worked closely with the owner on the budget, creating a house with immediate street appeal — so that the house was instantly rented at the targeted rate of return.

First Home Buyer

Despite a narrow, sloping and small 260m2 block, we were able to give this young couple a wonderful first home with everything they wished for — two storeys, four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a garage, all with high ceilings for a very spacious feel. We made it work and brought it in on budget with clever design and careful consideration of all materials.

Whatever you’re wishing for in your new home, contact us today