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.
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 on a total renovation to restore this 1870s property back to its former glory, including re-laying the magnificent original brickwork to the entire façade.
Architect Mark Burns designed the additions comprising new lounge, kitchen and dining area, four car garage and wine cellar, outdoor gazebo, gymnasium with upstairs breakout room, swimming pool and tennis court all work to complement the Paul Bangay designed garden.
Easton Builders collaborated with SJB Architects to create a contemporary holiday home on a fifty acre site on the Mornington Peninsula.
A magnificent home with almost unlimited opportunities for entertaining and dining, both indoors and outdoors, resulted.
The modern residence boasts a swimming pool overlooking the attractive views beyond with the latest in home automation technology installed to control the landscape lighting, heating and music mobile phone.
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.
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