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Dion’s experience working with these past clients.
This lovely project is a great example of how even the best laid plans can change. When I first met this family back in 2009 they had 3 lovely daughters. They stated (in writing may I add) that this was going to be the extent of their family. Yet baby number 4 arrived in the time that we were working together on their project!..
Our client, David, is a retired associate Professor in mathematics and author.
David was extremely keen on having a sustainable and passive home with net zero energy consumption…
Anne and Trevor were an older couple, just heading into retirement when I met up with them. Anne had formally worked as a teacher with my mum.
So they knew more about me than a regular potential client might, given that my mum would love to talk about her children to her friends…
Paul is a mining engineer and Jodie, is a nurse. The couple moved from Perth with their young son and purchased a property in North Lakes.
We met through one of my design advice services…
Family was at the heart of the project that I undertook for Leo and Graziella. This was to be their forever home. They needed accommodation that would cater for themselves, both now and through their twilight years, their two daughters and a cousin who lived with them and their extended family…
You really do get what you pay for. In the case of Derek and Jenny, they fortunately took the route of investing in a quality design that will continue to repay them for years in terms of lifestyle outcomes and return on investment…
Jack and Karen had originally contacted me because of my experience in renovating Queenslanders, Colonials and Workers Cottages.
Their home, a colonial, had been poorly renovated in the 90’s. A common occurrence with homes of this era…