After extensive research online, Steve felt that the architectural style of Paradise Homes, with their clean lines and unique 'pavilion' concept, was compatible with the couple's wish for a luxurious sense of space together with more intimate private 'zones'. After checking the BSA builders' database and finding Paradise Home's record was entirely blemish-free, he called Chief Designer Anthony Jaensch. After a preliminary chat, Steve realised they were on the same wavelength and that was that!
Being a long, narrow block on a steep, sloping site meant building was going to be tricky. Steve and Laura wanted to take advantage of the site's northern aspect, breezes, and mature surrounding trees. Their brief also specified the home take full advantage of the elevation in the street, and let the beauty of the leafy St Lucia environs flow inside, giving them discrete spaces with the flexibility of a second semi-independent living area.
Anthony was able to meet their brief in spades, creating clever building solutions and optimising the block for orientation. Paradise Homes handled the design process very efficiently, even though most of the designing occurred with the clients overseas in Hong Kong, as Steve explains, "Anthony was superb in this process. He has an eye for detail, as you'd expect of a designer of his experience, but also a vision for how surfaces will synthesise in the finished product."
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