Timeless Interior Design
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by Architeria Architects
1M ago
By Kate Gawi, Architeria Interiors Interior design has many different faces; the classic interior design, the modern, mid- century modern, the transitional, coastal, contemporary, and eclectic to name a few. Different styles are often linked to certain eras and just as with fashion, interiors too tend to go out of style. The world that we live in today is ever changing. Social media and interior design shows on TV are constantly bombarding us with new styles, new trends and colour schemes so it could be quite the challenge to create a home that you wouldn’t want to change after some time. Havi ..read more
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ARCHITECTURAL BRANDING – DO STAR ARCHITECTS ADD VALUE TO REAL ESTATE?
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
In the world of property development every square meter counts and while those square meters and small units are hot in debate, some questions become inevitable, such asDo architects need to deliver more than enough square meters and sellable space and is there any space for architects to brand themselves in a world driven by the numbers game? Most people may think of architectural branding as the creation of signature architecture. Throughout architectural history, big names were associated with striking landmark buildings. These buildings were allowed to have the stamp of their creators and ..read more
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THE IMPORTANCE OF ARCHITECTS ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY IN THE TOWN-PLANNING PROCESS
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
Unless a Council is completely satisfied that a proposal is not causing material harm or loss to any person, most of town-planning applications need to be publicly advertised. The usual procedure for a Public Notice is sending letters to property owners in the vicinity, sign boards on the site and/or notices in the paper. When a Public Notice goes out to the community for a development proposed in the neighbourhood, the likelihood is that not everyone will be happy about the proposal. This is particularly true when a larger scale development such as apartment buildings or multi- unit developme ..read more
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Why rebuilding can be better than renovation
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
Many of our clients are torn between renovating and rebuilding. In many cases the common perception seems to be that a quick face lift of an old house is the most cost effective solution. In many cases it may be just the opposite. There are also some other pros and cons to consider when deciding between the two options. When deciding which path to follow perhaps one of the most important things to take in to consideration is how much of the structure that is going to be affected. Many times once the structure is changed; the cost will go up and sometimes even exceed the cost of rebuilding. Rar ..read more
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Melbourne’s Mega Mansions
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
By Kate Gawi The word “mega”, what does it mean? In dictionaries, mega refers to “something of excellence, large, of the highest level of rank and greatly surpassing others of its kind”. During the Depp vs Heard trials, we learned that wine could be consumed from mega pints. In the world of the rich and famous, mega mansions are where they live. Social media is inundated with accounts hash tagged mega mansion; the real estate shows of LA equally so. Australia with its fabulous coast lines and leafy suburbs, has seen an increasing number of high-net-worth individuals, who seek both privacy and ..read more
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APARTMENTS - THE FUTURE OF LIVING IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS?
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
According to smh.com.au, an off-shore developer has paid $7.2 million for a 1612-square-metre site in Doncaster, setting a new land record for the suburb. The site on 1027-1029 Doncaster Road had a square meter price of a whopping $4467. How come last year Doncaster along with other Eastern suburbs such as Glen Waverley and Mt Waverley to mention a few witnessed these crazy sales prices and will the trend last through 2016? As the property values have risen above the 1 million median in these suburbs and by the looks of it will continue to do so, we tried to understand whysome of these suburbs ..read more
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Architeria Architects 2019 architectural tour from Stockholm to Lake Como
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
Seven Countries in One Month This year’s architectural tour was a very intensive on indeed. We covered 7 countries in a month and this year’s focus was on the Italian architecture and some more deep studies of the various styles of the architecture of the French Riviera that was left uncovered from the previous year’s studies. We also marvelled over the span of more than eight hundred years of architecture in Venice and tried to digest the architectural styles that have formed this magnificent city on water over the years. It would be simply impossible to describe any era more interesting or i ..read more
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Not Just a Roof
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
By Kate Gawi - Co-Founder & Creative Director Architeria Architects Being, what I call, a roof junkie, I found it beyond satisfying watching our new roof tiles being laid. Slate by slate the roof took shape, and it was an elated experience to say the least. In architecture, the roof is often one of the most noticeable design elements and hence deserves utmost attention, yet we see many homes where the roof has been neglected either during the design phase or during construction. The importance of a roof; its design, form, style, and finishes, could often make or break a design. Without kn ..read more
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Classical Architecture
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
Working at Architeria Architects is quite the experience. Many architectural practices specialise in one field and what makes Architeria Architects so special is the diversity. Here, we design modern homes, apartments, townhouses and commercial spaces but we have a very special love and passion for one thing that we excel in; our luxury home designs. As for the luxury homes, it is fair to say that at Architeria, our team is divided between those who prefer modern architecture and those with a passion for classical architecture. My undivided passion and love go to the latter. There is somethi ..read more
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Hamptons Style Homes in Melbourne & Sydney
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by Architeria Architects
1y ago
There is no doubt that we have been exposed to more of the so-called "Hamptons Style" architecture and houses through various TV shows and films. Who did not admire the beach front house in “Something’s got to give” for instance? The increasingly popular style was originated on the Eastern Long Island’s south fork, in the villages and communities in the Hamptons in the 18th century and has now forever got its stamp as the playground for the rich and famous New Yorkers , seeking a weekend refuge particularly during the summer months. Anyone who “was anyone” or aspired to “become someone” displ ..read more
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