The Dusty was designed and created to be a pocket of tranquility for this family home, emulating a relaxed, natural environment that generates a feeling of retreat. Using a mix of coastal and informal design styles to create a relaxed, uncultivated vibe, while focusing heavily on natural elements and features.

Featuring a 1960s flair, this Floreat house demonstrates a love of modernism. A family home that respected and drew on the modernist history of the area, the external finish is constructed from grey timber board finished concrete, making it a perfect backdrop for the lush nature of the gardens.

Set on a corner block, this residence showcases a modern aesthetic comprised of a clean, concrete finish. Surrounded by a free-flowing landscape out front, the gardens slope down from the front of the house, eliminating the lawn and spreading in a low-lying blanket across the site. Mature trees dot the carpet of green, adding height and dimension to the garden.