CLT House

A few years back we were talking with the one of the directors of Carter Holt Harvey about Cross Laminated Timber as prefab building option. At the time they were looking at bringing it into Australia. Our idea was to develop a conceptual high-end house design where they could showcase the products capabilities. We have […]

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Classroom House

This is an interesting project. The client picked up three decommissioned modular classrooms from an old school property for $1500 each. His brief to us was to figure out how to break them up and convert them into something interesting. So after an extensive site measure we have completed the schematic design for building two […]

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Sail House

It’s interesting what you find when flicking through old computer files. The Sail House was a home that I designed back in 2002, unfortunately it was never realised. At that stage we didn’t have 3d software, all the images being in elevation and plan only. I thought that it would be interesting to convert it […]

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Breathe – Adjustable Architecture

“Like the bud of a flower, change forces you to surrender to growth. It makes you vulnerable. It requires you to enlarge, expand and become bigger. Like the oxygen provided with each breath, we are denied its benefits until we relax and breathe in.”  – Stella Payton Spatial flexibility allows one to breathe.  The light, the […]

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Best House in the WORLD!

In a complete upset a modest Brisbane renovation has claimed the highest residential architecture prize in the world at the Singapore World Architecture Festival this year. Congratulations to Casey Vallance from Cox Rayner. Queensland designers making their mark!         A HOUSE that took two young Brisbane architects seven years to build on […]

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Peter Stutchbury’s latest works

Hi Everyone, Below are a few new homes that I have been waiting to see come to fruition for sometime. Now that they are finished we get to see another glimpse into the creative mind of Peter Stutchbury. I have been a fan of Peter’s work for many years. In my opinion his architecture continues […]

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The ‘Crossroad’ House Build

As many of you know we have been running Bleuscape Design, our small architectural business for the best part of 8 years. Considering this, we have been reflecting on the design values and intensions of the firm. One major and significant observation has been our ever growing interest in design for the masses. While the […]

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The Illusionary House Renders

A few months back we posted some images of a house design that marks new pathways for Bleuscape Design. We have attached the same images only with rendering elements applied. A small explanation about the home can be found at http://bleuscape.com.au/blog/the-illusionary-house/                                          […]

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