Flow and Function
The mark of any good home is not just that it is beautiful, but that it is liveable as well. You want to create a space that is pleasing and workable by seamlessly merging the pre-existing architecture of a home with any new addition. Our team at Nexus have over twenty years’ building experience of home extensions in Perth, so rest assured your project will be in safe hands.
One key aspect of the design process is the positioning of rooms. Kitchens should lead naturally into dining rooms, or living and entertaining areas, ensuring all the communal sections of a home are in one place. Meanwhile, bedrooms should be zoned as far away from these areas as possible to ensure peace and privacy. Bathrooms also need to be accessible to all areas of the home.
When it comes to design and liveability, indoor spaces that flow to an outdoor area are now extremely popular with West Australians. We just love being outside. This is where design choices can really come into play. A beautiful set of bi-fold doors or an enclosed patio can really help bridge the gap between indoor and outdoor living.
If you have an eye on retirement, then the functionality of your home should be at the top of your agenda. Planning ahead ensures that your home will be able to accommodate you and your needs as they change over time.