Queenslander Renovations Brisbane 1920-1940's
Queenslander homes were hugely popular in Brisbane in the 1920’s through to the late 1940’s, which is not surprising when you consider the eco-friendly nature of these dwellings with their large verandahs and high ceilings. Since then many Queenslanders have been renovated in ways that actually reduce their eco friendly design. For example closing in the verandah to create extra rooms and changing the flow of the home. So as we consider rising energy costs many people are now restoring their old Queenslander to their former glory with a modern twist.
In order to get the most out of your Queenslander home the design needs to suit your lifestyle and also maximise the flow of the home to ensure the best use of natural breezes and light. If you need extra rooms there are many creative ways renovate or add extensions without ruining the eco friendly nature of your home.
Queenslander Renovations Specialist Architects
Brisbane inner city has plenty of Queenslander homes and Queenslander renovations which still account for many of our projects. As you will see from the samples in this gallery we have a wealth of experience in Queenslander renovations and Queenslander extensions, so if you want to renovate your old home call Dion Seminara Architecture. We listen to make sure our Queenslander house plans and designs really suit your lifestyle for the short and long term needs of your family
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