Unique Building Partners liaised directly with Sydney based architect Long Blackledge Architects to rebuild an existing cottage in Bateau Bay owned by the same family for generations with the vision to extend and facilitate the growing needs for future family holidays or long weekends away.
The four-bedroom family home is nestled in a beach side suburb on the Central Coast, NSW. The ambition was to create a relaxed family home drawing on coastal influences. The renovation of the property is the result of thoughtful planning and adaptation to an existing dwelling.
The floor plan steps over five staged levels of garaging, sleeping, living, dining and entertaining with the inclusion of a personal bar and outdoor kitchen.
Unique were engaged at pre-purchase of the property through to occupation of the home, for the complete turn-key package.
The four bedroom family home is situated in Terrigal, tucked away on a block incumbent with many challenging design obstacles. With the assistance of initial Architectual spatial input, Unique completed the design, material selections, authority approvals and construction of the property. The owners intent was an industrial style family home with flowing spaces, high ceilings and raw materials. The project consists of Polished Concrete, Spotted Gum Hardwood Cladding | Decking| Stairs| Balustrades, Fibre Cement Express Wall Cladding, Recycled Sydney Red Brickwork, Exposed Ducted Air Conditioning.
OLD GOSFORD RESIDENCE
Unique were engaged to provide initial budget advice for the proposed extension of a family home in the beachside suburb of Wamberal.
The initial project was to extend to the rear with the inclusion of a new living, media room, kitchen, butlers pantry, bathroom, laundry and external patio.
The scope was increased during construction to upgrade the existing entry and street front facade. Unique assisted the owners with engaging CKDS Architecture to provide design options and finalised the approvals with the private certifying authority.
Works where carried out along the top floor of this Point Frederick apartment complex to transform an original and outdated apartment into a comfortable and contemporary space.
The internal layout of the 1970's apartment was modified to incorporate a European style kitchen/laundry to increase the size of the kitchen space and create a more versatile and user friendly environment.
A second toilet was also added for the occupants convenience, with the bathroom being heavily modified to remove an existing bath and incorporate a more contemporary shower.