DiningContemporary Dining Room, Brisbane

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This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary open plan dining in Brisbane with white walls, concrete floors, a standard fireplace, a brick fireplace surround and grey floor. —  Houzz
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Once the initial design is completed and preliminary bids have come back from builders, Crisp tells his clients, “You can have your heart attack, then we revive you and you can tell us to pull back on the design, or phase the design, or just go forwards with working drawings to get a really tight bid”. Reminding clients that they are the ones making the choices that affect the bottom line really seems to help, he says.

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Deep eaves protect glazing to the north in summer and allow sun to stream into the house in winter. Dappled light and shadows filter through the textured glass that blurs the view of the lush planting along the side of the house, like a soft-focus lens. “I love watching the way the light changes throughout the days and seasons,” Ellway says.

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Terranium House Arch John Ellway Deep eaves protect glazing to the north in summer and allow sun to stream into the house in winter. Dappled light and shadows filter through the textured glass that blurs the view of the lush planting along the side of the house, like a soft-focus lens. “I love watching the way the light changes throughout the days and seasons,” Ellway says.

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