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Sleek design for Swanbourne

Architect: Bruce Robinson
Completed: 2015
Block size: 781m²


Big Ben Homes was appointed by Architect Bruce Robinson to build this outstanding home utilizing the slope of the block and the solar aspect.
 
This home has allowed all the design flair expected of Bruce to include custom made stainless steel columns and plywood lining to the eaves along with bespoke cabinets, windows and lighting.
 
In keeping with the lifestyle requirements of the area the indoor outdoor family area has a walled garden and retractable awning roof to add to the casual beachside living away from the afternoon sea breeze.


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Top Marks Kapula

Designer: Din Bhugeloo
Completed: 2015
Block size: 612m²


As a local Builder Big Ben Homes occasionally has clients walk in off the street looking for a team who can design and build a home to their specification without having to deal with a large organisation.

The owner of this magnificent home was just one of those clients and throughout the building process worked as one with the builder giving him personalised care and attention.
 
All selections of finishes and fittings were chosen with the builder being mindful of the overall budget and taste of the client. The colour scheme was selected to match with the cedar gables and timber panelling. The high class Garage doors along with the remote sliding gates and limestone fences ensure this home is well protected.
 
The unique front doors designed by Big Ben Homes complement the stunning steel staircase and large entry.


This 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home allows a mixed family to share in an open planned design yet also provides warmth to individual spaces and those living there.

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The Warmth of Timber in Floreat

Architect: David Bylund
Completed: 2014
Block size: 837m²


Big Ben Homes has had many admiring onlookers question who designed this magnificent home and comment on how it truly stands out from the crowd.

Architect David Bylund’s specialisation in advanced Scandinavian engineered construction methods and his flair for using timber is evident in this eye-catching design, from the incorporation of bespoke windows and door frames, to a timber staircase and sculptured timber cranked wall.

The design brief was enhanced by the high quality fixtures and finishes selected by the client and the functional open plan living space. Every detail was meticulously covered by the Big Ben Homes team, allowing us to create a beautiful home perfectly in sync with the client's unique lifestyle. 


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Bellissima on Loris

Designer: Din Bhugeloo & Ben Heah
Builder: Big Ben Homes
Year completed: 2010
Site: 366m²
Building Area: 250m²

Bellissima was the name given by Big Ben Homes to its display home in Kardinya and it is indeed a home of great beauty.  Along with its distinctive style, it demonstrates a high level of quality and attention to detail and incorporates several elements of sustainable living such as solar-passive design and photovoltaic solar panels.

At the front of the home, taking advantage of the northern aspect is a designer lap pool and outdoor entertaining area.  Summer nights are destined to be colourful affairs here, with glass windows on the elevated, blue mosaic-tiled pool forming a dramatic waterwall and LED lighting to create a spectacular effect.  The smart contemporary elevation features painted matrix panelling, two tone render, pressed aluminium and an iron roof for a contemporary Australian look.

A koi pond and bridge lead to the cedar-lined entry, where a wide pivot door opens to the light-filled open-plan dining and living area.  Living areas connect directly with the poolside alfresco area, which has shade sails and a wood-fired pizza oven.  A galley kitchen has been fitted out with everything the home chef could want – stone benchtops, a 900mm stainless steel cooker with a glass splashback, double-drawer dishwasher; and plenty of practical storage, including lift-up overhead cupboards and a big, concertina-door pantry.

Special touches include a clever step-down wine cellar and storeroom built under the stairs, a storage loft with an attic ladder, energy saving recessed stainless steel downlights and heated travertine floors.  Two children’s bedrooms with walk-in robes share the main bathroom and a powder room.  The laundry has loads of storage and opens to the back garden.

A Tasmanian oak staircase leads to the parents’ retreat or lounge, which has unusual spotted gum flooring.  Japanese style shoji screen doors connect the retreat to the main suite, which has twin walk-in robes and a big ensuite with a double vanity, bidet and spa bath.

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Cottesloe Studio

Architect: David Hartree
Builder: Big Ben Homes
Year completed: 2009
Site: 728m²
Building Area: 258m²


Ben Homes was commissioned by Architect, David Hartree, to build this impressive home for a prominent Perth business man.

The striking combination of finishes, along with the challenging 6 metre wide block and a swimming pool on the first level, is a grand model of open-minded, delicately crafted design, which has been successfully developed by Big Ben Homes.

A key feature of this property is the high level of detail - including custom made windows, doors and door frames, along with multiple quirky finishes inside and out - giving the home an eclectic yet luxurious feel.

Extensive tiling, state-of-the-art cabinetry and intelligent electronics are also significant features of this formidable home. Big Ben Homes' experience in building high end homes really shines through when a home of this calibre is completed.


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Fusion of Loft and Undercroft Ardross

Designer: Din Bhugeloo
Builder: Big Ben Homes
Year completed: 2009
Site: 728m²
Building Area: 430m²

The project brief was to design a sustainable house with an open plan to suite the client’s lifestyle and site location. Din’s designer response to the client’s requirements was to conceptualise their dreams and vision into a home beyond expectation.

Intuitively, the solution was an undercroft which embraces the sloping site. The main ground floor living areas are oriented north to a beautiful timber decking which flows out to an outdoor swimming pool. The open plan living area is a prime element of grand proportion, its striking raked ceiling and loft merging seamlessly within.  While the Fremantle Doctor Breezeway enters silently through space and light to create the perfect living climate.

Progressively, the loft serves as a control tower giving ample views to internal living and external outdoor areas for constant supervision. It is linked by an open steel stairwell structure beautifully crafted with Tasmanian Oak timber treads, and elegantly edged with stainless steel balustrades. The clients had a great sense of style and their brief was fantastic to work with from inception to completion.

This latest in series of elegant and minimal undercroft houses by Din Bhugeloo is a further speculation on the potential of Big Ben Homes’ building speciality that relates more explicitly to western coastal suburbs.

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Seaside Holiday Home City Beach

Designer: Din Bhugeloo
Year completed: 2008
Site: 814m²
Building Area: 528m²

This Beach House is a three storey home including an undercroft garage.  It is spacious in scale and luxurious with four bedrooms and four ensuites.  The main floor living areas sit perfectly on the upper level within the site location to enjoy beach views and spectacular sunsets between the Norfolk pines.  The sunset balcony is shielded with Vergolas to maximise the seasonal use of the outdoor living space.

The impressive butterfly cantilevered roof remains within height limitations, blending in with the site and streetscape while ensuring that the vista is uncompromised. The external red sand rendered walls; timber joineries and Palimanan stone cladding perfectly complement the surrounding environment.  The roof is a beautiful enhancement to the home while providing much needed protection against south-westerly winds.

Most importantly, the design concept was to encapsulate the elevated site location and its purpose to function as a seaside holiday home with a streetscape of grandeur.

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