Inspired by you

A home created from your lifestyle, designed and built by an award winning team

Create Some Street appeal

From classical South Australian to contemporary facades

What materials will you build with?

From stone, timber or even stucco, feature materials can make a bang

Living areas inspired by parties & movie nights

From grand entertaining areas to home theatres, what's your perfect weekend night?

From earthy living rooms to sleek modernism

Its not just lines on paper, its every detail right to the finish

Individual Designs

Designs inspired by you

Our designs are inspired by life, they’re inspired by the long weekend get togethers you don’t want to end, by warm nights spent next to loved ones and by the feeling of finishing off a long day and coming home. They’re inspired by alfrescos, libraries, theatres, man caves & craft rooms. So when we design a home it’s designed around you.

The design of your home has four major steps in creating a home that’s designed for you down to the finest detail.


The Design Brief

First off is creating a floor plan. We start by getting a design brief from you, this includes the basics like number of bedrooms, living areas, single or double storey, any design features you’ve seen and loved. Do you have an architectural style preference? Whether it be modern, neo-classical, Australiana or anything in between it will help us make sure a theme will work with your façade and interior décor.

We then get a better idea of what’s important for you, things like do you want to look over your kid’s playroom to keep an eye on them, or will it be a separate theatre room, or maybe have access to an ensuite for when guests stay over? Do you need any specialised hobby rooms that need built in benches or extra storage? How about modifying your home to improve its energy efficiency to help the environment?

Even outdoor areas and future design elements are important to consider, do you want a terrace as a part of your house, or a separate gazebo? How will your house look out onto your pool or landscape feature? Do you want space for a shed and veggie path, or would a herb garden off the kitchen be best?  Anything you can tell us about yourself will help us in creating a design inspired by you.


Assessing Your Site

Once the design brief is set we assess your land’s size, location and any attributes relevant to designing your home. It is important for us to check your title’s boundaries along with the council development plans & zoning areas to find the maximum potential for you land. We will also assess important aspects individual to your land, things like solar orientation, existing trees, sloping land & nice views are important in creating a design tailored to your allotment.


Creating the design

With all the information acquired our award winning design team will create a concept plan inspired by you. With the floor plan finalised we can proceed with the structural documentation and energy report of your home and then acquire council planning approval and building rules consent while we finalise your design.


Finalising the design

With the floor plan complete and your home almost ready for construction it’s time for your one on one appointment with our Selections Consultant who will guide you through the final detailing of your home. From feature materials, kitchen design, colour schemes and the latest appliances and fixtures, we guide you in creating a unique design with every detail working together to complete your home’s design.


With your design finalised you will have peace of mind that when you move in your home will be perfect for your lifestyle. You will enjoy knowing every room, right down to the finest detail was designed for you and it will truly feel like home.

Our display homes are the perfect way to actually experience a design and get a feel for what you’re after and our Sales Consultants will be able to advise you in any questions about creating a home as individual as you are. To find the closest village to you, check out our display villages pages.


Other helpful information:

Knockdown and rebuild
Building multiple dwellings
Energy efficiency