BAAHOUSE provides unique housing solutions to address affordability.
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
9M ago
BAAHOUSE was launched 11 years ago as an aesthetic and architectural solution to address housing affordability with pre-designed second dwellings and granny flats. At the time we were unique - there wasn't much on offer other than simple tin or timber sheds, so we knew our designs were a winner! Since then, our design range has expanded and we are proud to have delivered many wonderful and aesthetic housing solutions to our valued clients who are benefitting from more space, improved living for their families, or improved income and investment opportunities. So why consider BAAHOUSE as a ..read more
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Trending Design Materials and Products
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
1y ago
Featuring a range of exterior and interior design products currently being used in our residential designs. Images are sourced from our own gallery or stockists of individual products. Roofing products Exterior Cladding Exterior tiles, pavers and decking products Windows & Doors ..read more
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Designing homes for multi-generational living
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
1y ago
Multi-generational living where more than two generations of adults live under one roof or property is becoming more popular in Australia and is predicted to increase. While this has always been a tradition in other cultures, more Australian families are embracing this as an acceptable living solution, and for good reason. If you do have a harmonious relationship with your adult children or parents, it may be worth considering. With the cost of building skyrocketing in the past year, housing for many families has become increasingly unaffordable. Investing in a property with other family me ..read more
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Designing homes to withstand floods
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
1y ago
The recent floods in QLD and NSW demonstrated the unpredictability of severe rain events. While many houses could not have been protected with water levels reaching to record heights, there are ways to build to minimise the flood damage to homes and belongings. 1. Elevation. Elevation is the first step when designing for flood risk. The majority of our BAAHOUSE designs are purposefully elevated as many of our clients live on sloped properties in rural, tropical or hinterland areas, so require houses raised above ground level to reduce rain runoff. We also elevate homes to minimise clearance of ..read more
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Why Granny Flats are popular in Avalon Beach- by Johnathon Fletcher
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
1y ago
Avalon Beach House - Calfornia Red BAAHOUSE design It’s no surprise that Avalon has a growing trend of building granny flats. NSW has some of the most generous rules for granny flats in Australia, making it easy to build a separate dwelling out the back for family and friends or to make some extra cash. But does a granny flat add value to your property? Let’s look at if you should build a granny flat on your land. WHY BUILD A GRANNY FLAT? On the Northern Beaches Peninsula, our community is largely made up of growing families, as well as established downsizers looking for a way to stay in the ..read more
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Granny Flats vs Aged Care
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
1y ago
Deciding on investing in a granny flat or aged care is one of the most important decisions we can make concerning the welfare of our elderly parents. While we should not compromise on their care, financial decisions also need to be weighed up as to how it will impact on the individual and the extended family over the long term. Aged care may be the perfect solution where a person has high care and complex needs, or does not have family or social networks and connections available to them. This does come at a cost and while every individual’s situation and financial circumstances are different ..read more
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Avalon Beach Granny Flat Wins Prestigious National Design Award
Baahouse Architecture Blog
by claus ejlertsen
1y ago
Avalon Beach House - Calfornia Red BAAHOUSE design At last weekend’s Building Design Association of Australia Awards a granny flat built on Sydney’s Northern Beaches by Tanya and Phil Deer won Best Secondary Dwelling / Granny Flat in Australia. Granny Flats can be done well with some thought and not much more money The awards celebrate design excellence and this 60 square metre, two-bedroom small home – with over 50 square metres of covered deck outdoor living area – was a stand-out in its category. “We’re really pleased to win this award” said Phil Deer. “It was very much a collaborative e ..read more
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