Bay View one

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A dilapidated old cottage dating back to the 1950’s once occupied this prime beachfront location.  The new owner’s brief called for an elegant “Aussie beach house” home that maximised views of the bay, and with separate facilities for teenagers and guests. 
With a detailed planning submission we successfully navigated through tight town planning controls & delivered on a design that ticked every box.

HOUSE:  287.5sqm plus decks and patios

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Timber stud frame on slab

BUILD:  Phil Kellerher Homes

PICS:  Matt Moyes Photography

high view one

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Demolish and start again was the brief, as the old original house was cold and dark, with too many steps and changes in levels.  The new design provides an abundance of natural light, unobstructed ocean views, a very private north-facing courtyard, and a self-contained upstairs guests suite

HOUSE:  376sqm

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork

BUILD:  Todd Huxley Homes

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

yallingup one

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Based on an architect’s sketch concept, this design evolved into an exquisite architectural masterpiece on the hillside overlooking Yallingup beach.  Working closely with Valmadre homes, every detail of this three storey build was considered and resolved, with the end result a testament to the dedication of the team involved.

HOUSE:  536sqm

SKETCH CONCEPT:  Justin Everitt Architect

DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine/Valmadre Homes

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork/timber stud frame

BUILD:  Valmadre Homes

PICS:  Ange Wall Photography

yallingup two

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An exposed northern aspect high on the ridge in the caves house precinct, with views over the Yallingup coastline all the way to sugarloaf rock, and strict developmental design covenants were just a few of the parameters of this brief.  A northern verandah and wall of glazing blurs the line between indoors and outdoors – inviting the views in.  A blade wall to the western end of the veranadah provides relief from the cool sea breezes and afternoon summer sun.  A basement level bunkroom and theatre maximise the house area whilst minimising the footprint.

HOUSE:  351sqm

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork

BUILD:  Jarrod Holst Building & Design

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

yallingup Three

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A beach house designed for carefree, holiday living and just a short stroll down the “ghost trail” to the surf at Yallingup beach.  Designed with low maintenance in mind and making good use of the northern orientation on the sloping site, the two level plan allows teenagers to hang-out undisturbed on the lower level, and the grown-ups to relax and chill on the upper level.

HOUSE:  313sqm
CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design/Valmadre Homes
CONSTRUCTION:  Timber stud frame
BUILD:  Valmadre Homes

Bunker bay

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This timeless classic, two storey design enjoys postcard-perfect views over the sandy shores of Bunker Bay.  With wide expanses of high tech glazing, raking cathedral ceilings, and a sophisticated simplicity, this project showcases modern architectural styling.  A collaborative effort with concept design and guidance by Mark Bradley Architect, design drafting and construction detailing by Fraser McAlpine and Valmadre Homes, and superb craftsmanship construction by Valmadre Homes.

HOUSE: 317sqm + carport
CONCEPT DESIGN: Mark Bradley Architect
DESIGN DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine/Valmadre Homes
CONSTRUCTION:  Cavity brickwork/Timber stud frame/concrete slab
BUILD: Valmadre Homes

chapman

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The original parcel of land, located in a quiet cul-de-sac location presented an ideal development opportunity for the owners.  A detailed planning submission for subdivision resulted in three 10m wide lots.  The design response was for a two storey split level family home with outlooks over the old Dunsborough golf course to the north, and a tree lined creek to the south.  Two covered outdoor living spaces and a covered balcony provide choices for outdoor use in all weather conditions, a double height void in the centre fills the home with natural light, and polished jarrah flooring adds a touch of class.

HOUSE:  381.5sqm

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork and timber stud frame

BUILD:  Jarrod Holst Building & Design

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

ENDICOTT

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Winner of the 2012 HIA South West Framed Home of the Year Awards $650k and over. Beach house styling meets rural living – with solar passive design fundamentals. Honed concrete floors with hydronic heating, rammed limestone internal walls for thermal mass and rich textural qualities, and gabled rooflines to maximise winter sun penetration – the perfect blend designed in collaboration with the owner and builder – Valmadre Homes.

HOUSE:  361sqm
CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design
CONSTRUCTION:  Timber Stud Frame/Rammed Limestone/Concrete Slab
BUILD:  Valmadre Homes
PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

high view TWO

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This two storey home displays the crisp detailing and shadow lines of weatherboard cladding on reverse brick veneer walls. 
The timber ceilings and eaves linings add a touch of warmth and the balcony views across Geographe Bay provide an ever-changing vista.

HOUSE:  355sqm
CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design
CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork/reverse brick veneer/timber stud frame
BUILD:  Phil Kellerher Homes
PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

EAGLE BAY ONE

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With north west views to a tree-lined valley, this split level home was designed as a carefree holiday getaway.  Expansive gable roof cover over the north-facing deck allows for year-round outdoor living.  Raking ceilings and hilite glazing fill the living zone with natural light.

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork & reverse brick veneer

BUILD:  Jarrod Holst Building & Design

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

EAGLE BAY two

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Nestled in native bushland with the pristine shores of Eagle Bay just a short stroll away, this modest home was designed to take advantage of it’s ideal northerly aspect.  North facing windows allow maximum winter sun penetration deep into the living zones, with eave lengths calculated to exclude hot summer sun.  A well protected alfresco provides year-round outdoor living.

HOUSE:  223sqm plus Patio & Laundry Court

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Timber stud frame on slab

BUILD:  Dunsborough Constructions

PICS:  Ange Wall Photography

GBR1

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Based on an architect’s loose sketch concept, this design evolved into a beautifully resolved Hamptons styled home thanks to the input from Valmadre Homes and the client – a perfect example of what can be achieved with close collaboration between client, designer & builder

HOUSE:  375sqm plus Alfresco courtyard

SKETCH CONCEPT:  Justin Everitt Architect

DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine/Valmadre Homes

CONSTRUCTION:  Timber stud frame on slab

BUILD:  Valmadre Homes

PICS:  Ange Wall Photography

Henessey

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Backing onto the Meelup a class reserve, this two storey home enjoys serene views into the bushland from both levels with north-facing alfresco and private rear balcony.

HOUSE:  378sqm

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork

BUILD:  Valmadre Homes

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

Margaret river

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Set in a clearing deep in the forrest in Margaret River and hugging low to the ground beneath the towering Karri & Marri, this skillion roof home sits resplendid surrounded by it’s sculpted hardscaping and green natural environment.

HOUSE:  295sqm plus Decks, courtyards and garage

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork

BUILD:  Jarrod Holst Building & Design

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

marlston

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A two storey home featuring locally sourced jarrah and a sante fe-style lime render to walls inside and out, with it’s rough textural finish and softened corner edges.  These rough textural finishes disguise the beauty of the design detailing.

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design/Jarrod Holst

CONSTRUCTION:  Rendered cavity brickwork

BUILD:  Jarrod Holst Building & Design

PICS:  Fraser McAlpine Design

caves road

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A modern take on the old two storey beach house arrangement, with utilities and minor bedrooms downstairs, and master suite and living zone upstairs.  Set in amongst the grapevines, this home for a young couple is all about the vineyard outlook.

HOUSE:  210sqm plus Balcony & Carport

CONCEPT DESIGN/DOCUMENTATION:  Fraser McAlpine Design

CONSTRUCTION:  Timber stud frame on slab

BUILD:  Dunsborough Constructions

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