Bespoke Builds Brought To Life

 

No two builds of ours are the same, but here are a few examples of our work from projects we have done throughout the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. From extensions to timber decks, we have worked on a wide range of building projects, where we have combined new and old building methods to produce results our clients love. If you like our work and have an idea you’d like to run by us, get in touch today for an obligation-free chat about your building project.

 

Buderim - new build

Working alongside Epoch Architecture to turn this beautiful design into a physical structure has been a pleasure.  The build incorporates dry pressed bricks, natural timbers and timeless tiles. We are providing our clients with a build with absolute attention to detail. We are able to do this with the loyal local trades we work with.  

 

Mitchelton - renovation

For this project, we were asked to build in under a raised Queenslander in order to create more room for a growing family. We worked closely with the clients to seamlessly make the colonial style of the existing home blend into the new, modern section. We used polished concrete internally, and natural stones around the pool (which is accessed through large stack away cavity sliding doors). Other features included an entertainers kitchen that is accessed from the pool area, and a sauna fit out inside, adjacent to one of the two bathrooms. Access to the upper level was designed to allow for dual living if desired.

 

everton park - home renovation

This was the largest project we undertook in 2016. The old house sat in a state of almost disrepair. We raised the house 1.5m, rotated it 30 degrees on the block to get it parallel with the fence line, and created 10ft ceilings on three levels.  On the lower level we added a bar, an entertainment rumpus room, bedrooms, bathrooms and a large 3 car garage. The middle level featured a huge kitchen, living area and veranda, while the top floor includes the master suite with a bath in the main bedroom, a walk in robe and an ensuite. Australian hard and soft woods, and natural marbles and granites were used to marry the colonial style of the existing house, and we rejuvenated the old VJ timbers and pressed metal ceiling to save a piece of history in this home.

 

Dulong - Patio Roofing

This home is featured in Gardening Australia and is used as a display for gardening enthusiasts. The owner wanted something different and unique to suite the Moroccan themed building, so  we collaborated and came up with powder-coated aluminium frame sections that we made up in the shop and installed onsite.  A bamboo matting and bronze poly-carb roof sheeting was installed to finish off the look.

 

Dulong - Patio Extension

With 360 degree views, our Dulong client came to us wanting to increase their outdoor living space and take advantage of the north facing aspect while providing protection when needed from the southerly winds. The result is exactly what they were looking for. We married in the existing terracotta roof tiling with the new extension to match perfectly, and with the aluminium glazing soon to be installed, this enclosed outdoor living area will have added 150m2 of new space which flows from the kitchen through the bar area and into the pool with a view.

 

buderim - deck extension

This project involved a large two-storey deck constructed on the steep slip prone hillside of Buderim. With the right engineering, materials and knowledge we were able to provide a structurally sound, aesthetically pleasing deck, all at an affordable price.

 

beerwah - patio extension

We are always available for small jobs such as this patio extension. Here we used natural Australian hardwoods and an insulated style patio roof panel to create this outdoor space for this home.

 

Dulong - Home Extension

This extension was designed and constructed by Responsive Building from scratch. It included a new veranda, built between a new separate master suite and the existing home in order to keep the bedroom isolated for a shift-working family.