My Architectural Heroes – An introduction.

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013 in Blog, My Architectural Heroes | No Comments
My Architectural Heroes – An introduction.

I still remember with great fondness my first day of architecture school, way back in 1992! It was day one of fulfilling my long held dream of becoming an architect. I was a mixture total excitement, whilst also a bundle of nerves. What would it be like? How will I do? How does this all […]

Happy First Birthday – DN Architecture blog – Architecture for difficult blocks.

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Blog | No Comments
Happy First Birthday – DN Architecture blog – Architecture for difficult blocks.

It was a special occasion for me this week, the DN Architecture blog celebrated its first birthday! One year ago I launched this – my new website, a platform to allow me to share my projects, and tell people about my architectural practice which specialises in creating dream homes on difficult blocks, the only firm in […]

What does is cost to build a house?

Posted by on Oct 14, 2013 in Blog, How to/ Tips | 5 Comments
What does is cost to build a house?

I have meetings regularly with potential new clients to see if we will work together to design their new home or renovation. Most of these people have never engaged an architect before; often I’m the first architect they have spoken to. Given the cost of land and building is so high, many people will never be […]

Californian Bungalow Renovation – October update

Posted by on Oct 7, 2013 in Blog, Project case studies | No Comments
Californian Bungalow Renovation – October update

This week an update on Oswald Street – the Californian Bungalow renovation and restoration. The house reached “lock up” stage a few weeks ago. This is when the outer skin is in place – the walls, windows and roof are fully covering the frame; at which point a door is the only way in. Once […]