We are a Central Coast based design studio undertaking a broad range of residential and commercial projects across the country.
Our philosophy is driven by a passion to understand people. Our clients are our muses and they inspire us to create personalised, timeless, and beautiful spaces.
At the heart of our process lies a genuine desire to understand your wants and needs in order to create the best design outcomes.
To be welcomed so intimately into our clients lives and be entrusted with guiding then through the design and build process is truly humbling. It is with our sincerest hope we deliver an enjoyable and empowering process for all involved from the first meeting through to project completion.
Our principal designer Poppy is a Masters of Architecture graduate from the University of Newcastle, Australia. She graduated in 2013 with First Class Honours, received the Dean's Medal and was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter Masters of Architecture Graduate of the Year prize. In 2010, Poppy received the Eric Parker Travelling Scholarship encouraging the research and drawing of architecture. This Scholarship allowed Poppy the opportunity to live in France for six months during which time she travelled throughout Europe researching the work of early 20th century Modernist architect Le Corbusier.
Poppy is an independent, motivated, and passionate designer with a deep appreciation for carefully considered, conceptually-based design. Her design philospohy involves a particular interest in developing built works, landscape, and interiors as inherently interlinked design elements, which should be equally considered as part of a cohesive and inclusive design process. At the heart of this approach lies each project’s theoretical and conceptual underpinnings. These, alongside the thorough and detailed analysis of site and client requirements, as well as construction constraints and possibilities, define a heavily considered and complete design resolution.
As an emerging young designer Poppy has chosen not to seek to become a registered architect with the NSW Architect registration board. Instead, she is focusing on developing her creative and practical skillset as an open-minded and exploratory designer with the support of her clients amidst a rapidly developing creative industry open to new and emerging talent.