Raw Drafting + Design
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Raw Drafting+Design is a boutique building design studio based in Melbourne, Victoria.

We specialise in the design and documentation of custom homes, townhouses, extensions, renovations and commercial fit-outs. We like to design our projects with a holistic approach ensuring a cohesive finish throughout our projects. We work closely with our clients from concept to completion to ensure their project is completed to the highest quality.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Renovation, House Plans, Modular Home Additions, Modular Home Construction, Pantry Design, Pool House Design & Construction, Site Planning, Staircase Design, Sustainable Design, Drafting, Green Building, Interior Design, Contract Administration

Areas Served
Carnegie, Victoria, Melbourne
Contact: Lenny Sacco
Location: 215 Koornang Road
Carnegie, Victoria 3163
Australia
Professional Information:
License Number: DP-AD 38944
Commented: Help for long and narrow living and dining area Hi Liah, This could be a possible layout that could work. Really depends on how you want the fireplace to be a focal point within the area.
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Commented: Advice on bathroom layout Hi Bronte, This could work as a possible layout. Keeping plumbing in a similar position and removing all of the internal walls.
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Commented: How deep are the shelves on the right? Thanks. Hi Jane, The shelves on the right are 450mm deep.
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Commented: Please can you tell me which timber product was used for the cladding? Hi Robyn, Thank you for the question. We specified engineered hardwood timber flooring boards for the cladding to the island bench, the same as what is used on the floors throughout the Finn House.
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Commented: Small master with insufficient wardrobe space - how should I fix prob? Hi, depends on your current requirement for a study space. If you don't need it, it might be worthwhile relocating the master/bed 3 wall up to the window to add some extra depth into the master and c...
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