InForm Design

InForm Design is a residential design and construct company. Founded in 1994 by Chris McKimm, InForm was built on the idea that all Australians deserve to live in architect-designed homes. This simple philosophy remains at the core of a McKimm family-run business where the next generation continues the legacy.

In association with architects Pleysier Perkins, we provide a holistic service including architecture, interior design, cost planning, permit acquisition, building documentation and construction.

Each project is the result of a rigorous collaboration between Pleysier Perkins and InForm, with the design outcome always unique and considered, tailored to suit our clients’ tastes and requirements.

All projects begin with a concept design stage where a site plan, floor plans and a 3D model are completed prior to a building quotation being established. The final design specifications and interiors are then determined in collaboration with our clients prior to completing contract documentation.

InForm has had over 25 years’ experience developing trade and contractor relationships, as well as refining processes and methodologies, which ensure cost efficiencies and consistent quality construction

LOCATION: Victoria, Australia

courtyard, open space

Camberwell House / InForm Design

The central location of this Camberwell House provided the unique opportunity to create a peaceful, private and secure home for a young, busy family that feels worlds away from the bustling street outside.

Brighton East House by InForm Design

Brighton East House by InForm Design

The project includes a dynamic sequence of spaces, starting with an entry bridge that leads to a double height entry hall, through to a series of split level living spaces opening to courtyard gardens.

Red Hill House by InForm Design

Red Hill House by InForm Design

Located on a sloping site set amongst the gum trees in Red Hill, the design is a direct response to its surroundings. Working with the natural topography, the Red Hill house is divided into a series of stepped floor plates around a central courtyard.

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