Sitting on a large-scale site in excess of 3 acres, the four distinct individual residential buildings – Blossom, Cedar, Oak and Maple are positioned harmoniously in a row along Reynolds Road, immediately making a statement by bringing city luxury to this prime Doncaster East location. A total of 311 apartments ranging from one to four bedrooms, every detail has been considered throughout each residence and generous space is given the highest priority. JD The Seasons luxury residences spare nothing in pursuit of comfort; you have everything you need at your fingertips.

JD The Seasons balances wellbeing with an emphasis on luxury and comfort. In each residence, generous, light-filled living spaces, large terraces and thoughtful leafy aspects celebrate the elements, year round. The open green surrounds of this scenic location have been captured in the views from the apartments. The fa├žade draws inspiration from the natural colour tones of the various seasonal phases and in this will ground the apartment buildings into the parkland setting seamlessly. From the ground covered car spaces to the roof top gardens, each home boasts a contemporary interior palette using exclusively Australian materials, with reputable European branded appliances throughout. The high quality craftsmanship and designer finishes make returning home a treat.

This property development was conceived as a luxury apartment building tailored to the specific needs of the Orthodox Jewish community within walking distance of a popular synagogue and with all living areas designed to accommodate the discerning clientele with needs such as a kosher kitchen and an automated Shabbat lift system. Despite the lifestyle being steeped in millennia’s old traditions, the building was very much of this century, Architecturally, the apartments were designed to provide the highest quality of life, modern convenience and style.

Overlooking the beach and the sea beyond, from a cliff-top in Westernport Drive, the Somers Holiday house is connected to its surroundings through judicious use of local granite, at the base of simple flat walls of the ground floor, and through the blackwood-clad first floor. It is expected that the timber-clad walls will acquire the colouring of the surrounding bush and blend seamlessly with its natural setting.

This holiday house is designed to follow the contour of a cliff-side on the Mornington Peninsula overlooking the local marina in the East and the city of Melbourne in the West. The broad eaves of the low-pitch metal-deck roof, sheltering the wide veranda, provide shade and protection from elements for extended outdoor use. The open plan layout of the living area offers an uninterrupted view of the bay, further enhanced by the fully retractable, computer-operated HEWI frameless window assembly. The floor throughout most of the house consist of broad smoked planks, which continue onto the veranda integrating indoor- and outdoor areas seamlessly.

Multi-residential development consisting of three townhouses. The exterior finishes for this property development incorporated Australian products including Dulux paints, Colorbond corrugated metal roof and aluminium cladding.

A mixed use commercial and residential building comprising of 4 storeys which includes a basement car park, ground floor retail precinct, and 30 apartments and services over 3 levels.

Three townhouses were constructed on this site at Riversdale Road, Camberwell. Initially, two townhouses were required as per the town planning application, however we were successful in obtaining a planning permit for three townhouses. Therefore, we benefited by taking full advantage of the site whilst maximising the return on investment for our client.