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April 3, 2018

In this continuing series of posts about Feng Shui basics, I wanted to dig deeper into the importance of your home’s entrance. As with everything else Feng Shui, there are plenty of rules for creating an entrance that has good Feng Shui and enables the positive flow of...

March 12, 2018

Going green is nothing new. We’ve been recycling metal, glass and paper for years; hybrid cars are now commonplace; and we have businesses dedicated to up-cycling and the mantra “reuse, reduce, recycle”.  And the building industry is right in the middle of it with gree...

February 28, 2018

Recently, I talked about the role of Feng Shui in architecture and how this ancient Chinese philosophy can be used to create beautiful, functional and harmonious living spaces. The principles of Feng Shui are complex and it is impossible to fully describe and understan...

January 5, 2018

Beautiful, elegant, timeless – I’ve used these words before to describe one of my favourite styles of house, the Queenslander. Constructed of timber, Queenslanders are distinct and have a commanding presence. But what is it about them that makes them a Queenslander? An...

November 27, 2017

Building a home can feel exciting one minute and overwhelming the next. Learn what you should expect building a new home and get planning!

November 13, 2017

We all like to put our own stamp on the home we buy. A bit of paint, new flooring or perhaps a kitchen make-over might be all that is needed to make your newly purchased house feel like home. But sometimes you stumble across the perfect renovator’s delight that is scre...

October 30, 2017

Queenslanders are an icon of architecture in Australia. As they age, renovating an old Queenslander becomes a priority. Here's what to expect!

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