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Grand Designs Australia

Grand Designs Australia

Issue #10.1

Following the success of the new Australian TV series inspired by the UK version, Grand Designs Australia welcomes you to a new era in home design magazines. Whether you’re building a new home, renovating or decorating, this publication features everything readers will need to know about creating their own grand designs. Industry experts offer advice on getting started, mortgages, environmentally sustainable design and project management, to name a few. Grand Designs showcases architects and designers, builders and homeowners working together on projects from concept to completion and features the latest colour forecasts as well as planning your interior, kitchens, bathrooms and window coverings. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

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Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Universal Wellbeing PTY Limited
Frequency:
Bimonthly
$5.45(Incl. tax)
$21.95(Incl. tax)
6 Issues

in this issue

1 min
project team

ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNER Auhaus Architecture, auhaus.com.au BUILDER Ashley Crowe Builders, ashleycrowebuilders.com.au LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Bethany Williamson Landscape, bethanywilliamson.com.au STRUCTURAL TEAM Pool builder 5Forty Constructions Concrete contractor DMC Concrete Art Structural engineer Efficiency by Design FIXTURES & FITTINGS Tapware Astra Walker Sanitaryware Rogerseller, Parisi Stone G-Lux Metal work Ferntree Gully Electroplaters Carpet Tretford, Gibbon Group Timber Mill Direct FURNITURE & FURNISHINGS Furniture Great Dane, Artisan Australia, Domo, In Good Company…

1 min
project team

ARCHITECT Fiona Drago Architect, fionadrago.com BUILDER Masterplan, masterplanbuilders.com.au INTERIOR STYLING AND FURNITURE Grazia & Co, grazia&co.com.au STRUCTURAL TEAM Metal roof and wall fabricator (exterior) Hellemann Metalworks Aust Engineer Tredesco Oneil P/L Concrete floors Masterplan Staircase and steel mesh Masterplan Working drawings for the builder Liddiard design SERVICES Metalwork (sliding door handles) Ian Sinclair Ironworks Metalwork (all cupboard and drawer handles) Grazia & Co Joinery Premium Cabinets (Lilydale) Electrician Edge Electrical IT and wiring Your Power Electricians Landscaping Katie Westle Landscape Design Paving installation of Crazy Paving Bradman & Co FIXTURES & FITTINGS Handmade kitchen tiles Anchor Ceramics Bathroom floor tiles Signorino Bathroom basins Artedomus Bath Fienza Nero stone bathtub Sanitaryware Arcisan Synergii Timber dining table Arranmore Light fittings Brightgreen Tapware Custom — Sussex Taps Kitchen tapware Zip Hydro Tap Window furnishings SHADES Paving Eco Outdoor Carpet Super Tuft Escape Velour Yasmin Garden lighting Edge Electrical Garden light fittings Gardens at Nights Outdoor furniture Grazia & Co EuroCave Inoa 25 wine cellar conditioner MacPhee’s Wine…

2 min
the choice is yours

It’s one thing to browse stone products online, but it’s quite a different experience when you get to look at them in person as well as touch and feel them for yourself. Plus, colours may look different on screen than in real life and you may be missing those subtle variants, whether visual or textural. CDK Stone welcomes you to experience its beautiful range of natural stone in its selection centres across the country. The expert team encourage homeowners to touch, feel and select a natural masterpiece for their next project. For many designers and homeowners, the design process starts with selecting the perfect stone. CDK Stone stocks a large range of natural stone in all of its warehouses across Australia. Selecting the perfect slab is a personal experience for both…

1 min
mood board

Colour Palette In small spaces, vast amounts of white create the illusion of space. Interest has been added though gold fittings and pops of soft pink to soften the timber. Charcoal pieces add depth…

1 min
mood board

Colour Palette Concrete floors, besser blocks and blonde timber barn doors create a slight industrial feel while citrus furnishings and pops of green and blue add a beachy vibe. The result is a cheerful family home…

2 min
material matters

This grand design is a beautiful meeting point of form, function, texture, contour, warmth and coolness. It is clever, scintillating and striking, but soft, soothing and calming at the same time. Quite the design. It draws inspiration from a few very distinct sources. The first on the list is Brutalism. For those who’ve ever driven over Sydney’s Harbour Bridge, the clearly visible and renowned Sirius Building stands out for its distinctly Brutalist qualities and is one of Sydney’s finest examples of Brutalism. It was constructed from 1975 to 1980 and was modelled on a building style that boomed in Europe after the world wars due to the need for cheap building materials to house growing populations. The term Brutalism originated from the French béton brut, meaning roughcast concrete. Some have labelled…