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A collaboration of talent from John, of John Lewis
Architects, and the team at Cambuild
saw the owners of this new home delighted
with the final result.
The brief called for a design that would
integrate into the suburb, capture the owner’s
individual style, and remain current.
Being a family home, they required four
bedrooms, a large central entertaining area,
a lap pool, and a library with separate access
to the garden.
With a one-off design such as this, the owners
needed a builder who would understand the
intent and work closely with them to achieve
the highest standard.
After demolishing the existing brick and tile
home, Cambuild selected features such as wood
panelling, Caesarstone benchtops, blackbutt
timber flooring and a Jetmaster built-in fireplace
with feature travertine tiles.
The home was built to have a strong visual
and physical connection with the outdoor living
area, which was designed and constructed by
From the moment you step through the
front entry hall, the full-height feature window
looking over the garden and pool creates the
ultimate ‘wow’ factor.
The central living area was designed to take
advantage of a north-facing outlook, making it
light all year round.
The attention to detail carried through the
whole process by Cambuild’s team, along with
their no compromise attitude and customer focus,
is clearly evident in the end result.
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