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Joined 22 October 2020
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1 month1 monthmockkiemockkie posted:
Please comment on proposed home layout

On the whole the ground floor plan looks good. My only comment is to consider your orientation carefully particularly in relation to the glazing on the left (western) side of…

3 months3 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Engaging architectural consultant to review plans

We engaged an independent BASIX and NatHERS assessor to provide feedback on our designs and help us tweak it to meet 6 stars requirements. Unfortunately we didn't have the budget…

3 months3 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
New Construction - wrong size window and door

That's not a good enough reply in my books. That's something I would've expected my builder to check on at quoting stage before placing the order for the windows. At…

3 months3 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Floor plan critique

it's hard to make any real valuable critique/feedback of your floorplan without knowing the orientation of the site.
Floor plan design isn't just about the layout and arrangement of rooms. Planning…

4 months4 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Alfresco Surface Tiling

that's what i'm considering.
I'll have a concrete slab... just need to decide on how much to rebate the concrete. whether to allow just for tile to be laid directly on…

4 months4 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
New build floor plan advice

Jason makes some good observations.
To add to this - consider where children and guests will dry off and change before/after swimming. Looks like your only real powder room on the…

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4 months4 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
New build floor plan advice

Floor plan looks great as a first pass!
Pool pump and housing should be able to fit in the space you pointed out - just check the dimensions of the units.…

4 months4 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Alfresco Surface Tiling

Trying to weigh up whether to go with composite timber decking or outdoor tiles for our alfresco and courtyard.
I know decking would need to be mounted on a system of…

7 months7 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Building & Developing A Duplex In North Ryde

Noname, structuralBIMGuy - do us all a favour and take your little tiff offline and back…

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7 months7 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Building & Developing A Duplex In North Ryde

That looks amazing!!

7 months7 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Pick my plan to pieces pretty please!

My main feedback is consider your orientation for thermal efficiency and performance. All your bedrooms are currently situated on the western side of the house and so potentially exposed to…

7 months7 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Floorplan feedback

If you need a separate powder room, you could possibly carve out some space in the laundry. The existing laundry dimensions look quite generous with lots of potentially dead floor…

Floorplan feedback
7 months7 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Floorplan feedback

Some tweaks I would explore:
- swap the current mud room/drop zone with the Guest ensuite - entry to the house from the garage via the mudroom to the entrance hallway.…

mockkie wrote:

My thoughts:

7 months7 months
View: Floorplan feedback
8 months8 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Custom Floorplan comments and review

Looks like an amazing block and first round of designs. Congrats on getting the ball rolling!
Couple of observations from my own perspective if I were to be living in this…

8 months8 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Beach House - Good/Bad Design? Input Appreciated

love the designs that oklouise has drawn up!
couple of my thoughts thinking about the property from a prospective holiday rental perspective:
- Having the master bedroom lookout towards the ocean is…

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9 months9 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Recycle and re-cut existing kitchen stone for bath and laund

Nice! One can only hope someone is interested to take it... unfortunately timing is always the issue isn't it?
Yeah it is a nice kitchen. Would be a shame for it…

9 months9 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Advice on Floor Plan for New House

Nice... for me, I would switch the positions of the Rumpus and Bed 2
Long internal hallways for me look and feel quite restrictive and claustrophobic. By having the Rumpus opposite…

9 months9 monthsmockkiemockkie posted:
Floor plan feedback please

Lovely floorplan...
I would look to flip just the Living Room and Alfresco to maximise the northern light coming through from earlier in the day.
Also have the TV against the western…

1 year1 yearmockkiemockkie posted:
Recycle and re-cut existing kitchen stone for bath and laund

Our existing kitchen benchtops are still in really good nick and being of sizeable proportions, we were wondering if it's possible to have it recut and used for future bathroom…

Recycle and re-cut existing kitchen stone for bath and laund
2 years2 yearsmockkiemockkie posted:
Volume Builder Recommendations for Concept Design (NSW)

We're just taking the first steps to embark on our new build adventure - knocking down our existing home on a narrow block (approx 10m frontage)
We've had an architect friend…

Volume Builder Recommendations for Concept Design (NSW)
mockkie wrote:

How much did it cost to relocate the power pole?

2 years2 years
View: My Metricon Bordeaux 56 build
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