The family for whom we designed this house had one request above all others: that we create an all-enveloping haven for them. In response to their wishes, our starting point for the central design concept was to create a family bubble
Located in Halifax’s long-established West-End neighbourhood, the Armcrescent Residence represents an architectural exportation into increasing urban density without violating the established urban street fabric proportions or land-use patterns.
Tree View House was formerly a fairly plain bungalow at the end of a cul-de-sac, however, following a series of thoughtful interventions Neil Dusheiko Architects have imbued the home with references to Delhi and California where the family have previously lived.
Through adaptation and an interior design overhaul, the house has transformed from a family residence into a unique home for an active couple who appreciates comfort, socializing, indulgence, and the pleasure of a distinctive ambiance.
We are often told that our designs are distinctive - CDC House in Sydney’s Inner West plays to this commentary well. Bold, brave and unique. This home, designed for a young family, transformed an early 1980s brick house
Cohaus is a coworking space located in the heart of the historic center of Querétaro. The project harmoniously combines the rich heritage of the place with contemporary design elements, creating a unique and inspiring work environment.
Nestled within the serene landscape of a two-acre nut orchard in Wandiligong, just a stone's throw from Bright in Victoria’s High Country (Australia), the historic farmhouse of Wandi Valley possessed plenty of rustic charm awaiting a transformative touch.