Architect designed homes.

Architect designed homes in Melbourne

 

Verde Homes specialise in Architect designed homes in the best residential suburbs of Melbourne. Our holistic process involves research, planning, budgeting, design development, implementation and handover to the owner. Centrally located on Toorak Road in Camberwell, Verde Homes’ Architects provide a spectrum of classic home designs in surrounding neighbourhoods including Canterbury, Camberwell, Balwyn, Kew, Glen Iris, Hawthorn and Mont Albert.

From the leafy streets of the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne to the beautiful scapes of Melbourne’s bay our contemporary designed homes with modern architecture are perfectly designed.

Our Melbourne Architects and Designers work closely with you to design the home that captures your brief, your lifestyle, and your aspirations and are specialised in the great period styles of residential architecture from Classical and French Provincial to the Hamptons style of the American East Coast, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie School of the Middle West and the particularly Australian classic style from between the wars of wide eaves, solid materials and gracious living as exemplified in our own Platinum House. Notwithstanding historic preferences, our commissions are for houses in the modern idiom, uncompromisingly contemporary, expressing today’s modern lifestyle in glass, steel and masonry

Our philosophy emanates from the history of the forefathers of our nation, the culture and the grand architecture which they knew and appreciated from contemporary architecture. This architectural history continues to inspire us generation after generation, and the principles of this discipline rarely change – light, grand spaces, solid timeless materials and a sense of continuity; these are aligned with a new and important element: the ability and necessity to adapt to modern lifestyle and technology. This notion of continuity has two manifestations for us, both important in the consideration of architecture. The first is the historical continuity - references to elements from earlier periods which are still valid - verandas, clerestory glazing, subtly glimpsed views to the light, the garden and the view beyond, emphasising the importance of landscaping in residential architecture.

The second is the continuity of space – the seamless, inevitable flow of a house, starting with the approach from the public domain, to formal entry through the ceremonial spaces of formal hall and reception rooms, to the more private and familial spaces of daily life: living, relaxing, eating, and finally to the uplifting transition to outdoor living and entertaining, the natural world and the personal enjoyment of our own private gardens. These two implications of continuity inform our interpretation of today’s architecture.

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