hungerford+edmunds architects
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hungerford+edmunds is an architectural office practicing in the public and private domain; specialising in sustainable, contextual, and inventive design solutions to briefs of varying scale and complexity. Established in 2003, hungerford+edmunds projects include public and institutional buildings, interiors, feasibility, single and multiple dwellings.

Tim and Belinda’s diverse backgrounds and professional experience have fostered an approach that uniquely responds to individual situations, and benefits from ideas, concepts and thinking on a broad level. Our approach is simple. We listen, learn, interact, plan and implement a design strategy with our clients. The client is assured of the personal involvement of both directors in their project.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Renovation, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Green Building, Heritage Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Renovation, New Home Construction, Sustainable Design

Areas Served

Certifications and Awards
2012 ACT Architecture Award for The Gallery Pavilions
2016 ArchiZINC Trophy - Individual Housing - Finalist- Newtown House
2016 Winner Resene Total Colour Neutrals Colour Maestro Award 2016 - Paddington Terrace
Contact: Belinda Edmunds
Location: Sydney, New South Wales 2095
Professional Information:
License Number: NSW 6554
Typical Job Costs: AUD 200,000 - AUD 3,500,000
Commented: Sideboard? Hi James, Thank you for your interest. The credenza is a custom piece, designed by us. The basic unit is 585 high and 550mm deep for the Corian surround with timber veneer doors in this picture, and 5...
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Commented: Bathroom mirror All good options. Another choice is to extend the mirror around the corner - can be combined with storage. And don't worry about hiding the tiles - they will be reflected in the mirror!
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