Over the past few years it has been a growing trend to see windows in showers. But with this trend there are some underlying building issues that need to be considered so as to avoid long term pain and costly rectification.
Following on from the theme of small lot housing in my last blog post, I thought that I would focus on subdivision of inner city land. Brisbane is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia and as a result we are in need of developing land that is central to the infrastructure already built, […]
As Brisbane expands and infrastructure becomes more strained and traffic becomes more congested, the need for small or narrow lot housing in the inner city is becoming more apparent. The challenge when contemplating this style of build is getting a balance between space and efficient narrow block housing designs. It is critical to the character of Brisbane’s inner city suburbs that the houses that are being built for these needs become the new enhanced character of the area rather than a blight that will mark the period of time that they were built.