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Want to know what Bev has to say about her Allergy Free Warragul Home?  Read more Here.

Or interested to know more about Brian and Julie’s Termite Resistant Home in Cheltenham?  Read about their home Here.

BP Architects’ Client Testimonials


This is what our Clients say about their healthy environmentally friendly designed Homes.

John & Libby’s West st kilda house

“Bridget designed our St Kilda West house. She was particularly responsive to the (very demanding) client brief.  And she was able to manage numerous planning constraints.  Such as heritage, setbacks and height limits.

Most architects claim that they understand sustainable design. Bridget is one of very few architects who actually do.  The house is exceptionally comfortable in all seasons, and economical to run.” John Middleton, West St Kilda Home

 

BP Architects designed West St Kilda Home
West St Kilda Sustainable Home. Curved glass brick wall of the ensuite. Sky window above stair. Located on the roof are the evacuated tube solar hot water system and the photovoltaic array.

 

Libby & colin’s ZERO ENERGY MIRBOO HOME

“So it seems a well-designed & well-built house does indeed provide good thermal performance.  Without any further energy input than the sun, wind, & ceiling fans.”  Colin Goodwin, Mirboo Home

 

Mirboo Zero Energy Strawbale home. Existing Posts provide structural support. Polished concrete floor. Clerestory windows over to allow nighttime cooling in summer. And winter sunlight for warmth.

 

Bev & Ken’s ALLERGY FREE WARRAGUL HOME

“I have not suffered any allergic reaction since moving into my newly completed home”.  Bev, Warragul Home.  Read about  Bev’s Dream Home Journey  and how she got her allergy free Home in Warragul.

Allergy Free Home in Warragul.  Bev said she loved her laundry room with full height windows and glass doors looking out onto her garden

 

Brian & Julie’s TERMITE RESISTANT CHELTENHAM HOME

“We have been very impressed with Bridget’s design – from her first draft to the final product.  She has always listened carefully to our suggestions.  Either amending drafts or providing a better alternative.”  Brian, Cheltenham Home.  Read How we designed Brian and Julie’s Dream Home.  And what was important to them in their termite resistant Cheltenham Home.

 

Cheltenham Home designed by BP Architects showing the steel house frame during construction
Cheltenham Home, Steel house frame during construction. Photos taken by Brian Gosley

 

Colin & libby’s STRAW BALE mirboo HOME

“The reason we chose Bridget to design our straw bale retrofit sustainable home was that we could see all of her house designs were different.  Showing us that the architect collaborated closely with her Clients.” Colin, Mirboo Home

 

North facing Clerestory window over kitchen and study, Mirboo Zero Energy Home

 dorothy’s LIVABLE ACCESSIBLE essendon HOME

“Only on the coldest consecutive winter day do I run the localized bar heater.  At half the maximum heat, for a few hours, to maintain comfortable air temperatures.” Dorothy, Essendon Home

North Facing Bedroom window wall with sun shading over. Essendon livable Accessible home

petra’s SEMI-BERM BUSHFIRE carrajung HOME

Petra said that she thought that her new home would be an “earth shelter home that looked like a bunker”.  With her House Brief and the house siting.  Petra took extra delight in seeing her home take form and shape. Without the look or feel of an underground shelter.

 

North facing clerestory window over underground kitchen made it light and bright. Semi earth berm home in Carrajung

 

maryjean & Shekhar’s ECONOMICAL RESTORATION FRANKSTON SOUTH HOME

MaryJean and Shekhar had a very tight renovation budget. There were limits on what they could spend on their dilapidated Frankston South home.  Near the end of their renovation, a neighbour said “You must have spent millions”. They only spent a small fraction of what their neighbour’s thought they had spent.

 

Frankston South Home renovation showing second-hand bay window
Frankston South Home renovation. Second-hand bay window installed into living room to provide window seat.

 

ken & Bev’s ALLERGY FREE warragul HOME

“We had not built a new home before so we had much to look forward to.  It was an exciting time and I was longing to begin the process.  However, I also knew there would be many challenges.  And I have severe, multiple, chemical allergies/intolerances.”  Bev, Warragul Home.  Read How Bev managed her Chemical Allergies in the design of her Home.  And find out why it was easy for Bev to get her Energy Efficient Home.

 

Airlock Entry to Warragul Home. A Low Allergy Low Chemical Home.

Julie & Brian’s STEEL FRAMED cheltenham HOME

“We had looked at many display homes and architect designed homes.  But found nothing that interested us.  Until we visited a home designed by Bridget Puszka (BP Architects) in Sunbury.  We liked the fact that the house was not overly large, but the space was very well utilised”Brian, Cheltenham Home.  Read How Brian and Julie got the Home of their Dreams.  After looking at many display homes and architect designed homes. 

Solar Chimney of Cheltenham Home

petra’s CARRAJUNG SEMI-BERM BUSHFIRE HOME

“Visitors have remarked on the beautiful and functional design of the house”.  Petra, Carrajung Home

 

Under ground Kitchen, Carrajung Home

BP Architects’ Client Testimonials

Want to read more.  Read about Bev’s Allergy Free Home in Warragul.  And Brian and Julie’s Termite Resistant Home in Cheltenham.

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