The two storey Georgian style residence was completed in partnership with Robert Mills Architects with external landscaping by Paul Bangay. The home employs the highest quality materials including Italian marble, chandeliers, silk wall coverings and a front entrance that includes 200 year old doors originally used in a French Bank. Internal areas comprise six double bedrooms, spacious gymnasium and state of the art home entertainment space. Even the underground car park is impressive with a specially concealed fully automated entrance.
Easton Builders worked alongside Domaine Partnership on a major extension and refurbishment of the prestigious Woodlands Golf Club which was first constructed in 1929.
Staging of the project enabled the club to remain operational, using isolated areas until the entire venue was completed as new.
The project included the demolition of a large component of the original clubhouse to enable the rebuilding.
Easton Builders undertook a $15 million refurbishment of this historic hotel property in collaboration with Thomas Jacobsen Design.
The resulting transformation delivered an impressive multi-level entertainment venue boasting a restaurant, public bar, multiple function spaces and an expansive beer garden.
Prominently located on the corner of Castlereagh Street and Martin Place, Sydney, is the always elegant and stylish Tiffany & Co. The six month project followed high international standards and it incorporates many materials and fittings sourced from overseas.
Easton Builders was asked to construct this inner city apartment following the architect’s brief of a refined and minimalist space.
The works were completed over a five-month construction period and included installation of structural steel to create a second level within the space, extensive joinery works and the addition of a pool.
This magnificent penthouse was voted Belle Apartment of the Year in 2003.
The residential warehouse fit out of the the former Golden Crust Bakery in Armadale was completed by Easton Builders in collaboration with Jackson Clements Burrows.
In order to keep the existing streetscape that was valued in the neighbourhood, the bakery was retained in the design and the interior reinvigorated with careful attention to appropriate detailing that preserves and enhances the semi-industrial aesthetic, breathing new life into the original fabric of the building.
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