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james barnet drive house | bathurst

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A grand central volume traverses the plan within the ‘natural’ profile of the roof spanning this single level family home. The extension and termination of the roof at its higher level provides the street presence critical to the typology, but so often merely applied in pastiche. Two skilions provide a tall symmetrical foil to the entry then recede to allow light …


hunterford at oatlands

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Designed as an urban infill project, Landcom and St. Hilliers set out to create a development that would raise the benchmark of housing estate design. As the coordinating architect for this project integratedDESIGNgroup was responsible for the creation and implementation of the design guidelines. In addition, integratedDESIGNgroup was engaged by some of the builders to design and document a number of the …


viewpoint estate

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integratedDESIGNgroup were invited to assist in the re-design of the masterplan and establishment of site specific design guidelines to facilitate approval through Bankstown Council. In-conjunction with Mike Scott of Treadstone and Bob Hamilton (former Mirvac Director) this boutique residential masterplan promotes community through the integration of communal space and its interaction with the built form. Deliberate choices about house type, …


park central guidelines

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Following the success of Hunterford, Homeworld 4 and various other guidelines and coaching roles undertaken for Landcom, Integrated Design Group was engaged to redraft and oversee the implementation of the Guidelines for Park Central, Campbeltown. The purpose was to achieve homes of substance, in keeping with significant aspects of Campbeltown’s history, in an affordable and deliverable project home modality. The …



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Nestled among the trees in Walang, in the Central Tablelands of NSW, a ‘normal’ family, locally grown, wanted a more sophisticated, while simple, alteration to their 1980’s split level fibro cottage. The pavilion plan is not radical; the skillion form and corrugated cladding is not unknown; the centred deck is a proven device; the controlled entry view has bypassed the …


strathfield home

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The primary living space is at the core of the home in the form of an ‘atrium’ volume cloistered by other living areas at ground floor and a gallery accessing ‘private’ rooms on the upper floor. There is a deliberate implied inversion of indoor/outdoor areas between the light and drama of the atrium and the covered ‘external’ living spaces which …


st marys estate

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In conjunction with Landcom, Penrith Council and the Development Team, this estate addressed the escalating housing costs in Sydney and delivered affordable house and land packages, substantially below the market cost. This development benefits from knowledge gained at Forest Glade, ensuring cost effective building planning, use of materials and efficient urban planning. 20% of the product was provided as affordable …


peel house

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Located outside Bathurst, this rural home captures the essence of the classic country pavilion. Two misaligned pavilions create entry and private spaces, winter and summer courtyards. The sliding plan allows zoning of the living spaces and allows good passive control of solar and wind influences on the dwelling. The arrangement ensures district views that are enjoyed from all major rooms. …


park central terraces

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Prepared under the Park Central Design Guidelines, the terraces form an integral part of the master plan. Across from the main community park, the terraces have an ‘open connectedness’ with the park, whilst the front courtyard creates a transitional defensible zone. The north facing rear courtyards draw light into the dwellings promoting an open indoor/outdoor living arrangement. Despite the density, …