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The suspended, concrete-slab roof structure means
the home cuts a striking figure from the street.
Ageless drystone walls
feature throughout the
home, and make for a
natural, organic feel.
They say that to get the job done right, you
should do it yourself. It's an old adage
that gets right to the heart of Max Klause
Initially focusing on high-quality, sustainable
residential design, Max became a registered
builder in 1994 after growing disillusioned with
the results achieved by some of the builders
hired to construct his designs. Fastidious about
workmanship, attention to detail and the use of
certain materials, Max decided to try his own
hand at the building game.
Today, Max works with Perth's leading
architects and directly employs a team of
carpentry craftsmen -- rather than relying on
subcontractors -- to create large-scale renovations
and additions, new residences and special
commercial projects. ere is a strong focus
on passive solar design and sustainable
architecture, and Max has more than 20 years
of experience in the design and construction of
rammed earth walls.
Max Klause Designer/Builder builder profile
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