If you’re looking to renovate a post-war (1940’s – 1960’s) style home in Brisbane, then we strongly recommend you consider using an architect. Houses built during this period tended to be on the ‘conservative side’. This means that their design approaches largely prioritised practicality over aesthetics. These houses are, however, not without potential as you can see from the images in our Post War Home Gallery.
The Indooroopilly post-war home renovation created a spectacular home that is incredibly eco-friendly.
Take a look at these images to see how this amazing transformation came to life. Notice how we accented the home with sliding walls. This feature is the perfect way to create a home that is both warm in winter and cool in summer.
The Kenmore post-war home renovation is a wonderful example of how a renovation can create extra liveable space. In fact, this design won the 2005 HIA ‘Renovation & Additions’ Award.
With an expanded floor plan and improved aesthetic, this home has truly been modernised with an eco-friendly energy-saving design.
It can be overwhelming to know when and how to start your next renovation project. Download and read this free guide before you begin so that you can know which mistakes to avoid. This guide:
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