This contemporary new build residence designed by Fox Johnston is comprised of four storeys cut into a steep sandstone site with limited access and neighbouring buildings located directly on all boundaries.
This existing cottage was beautifully restored with a few modern updates including traditional double-hung windows made from Accoya while the new extension at the rear of the property saw a contemporary design including Rosewood pivot doors, motorised awning windows and casement windows to catch the breeze for the bedrooms.
This humble abode needed a modern renovation to accommodate the needs of a growing family, providing them with a unique space they could all enjoy together as well as becoming an integral part of the home to entertain family and friends in a relaxing contemporary setting.
Perched up high in the hills of beautiful Bellevue Hill, this modern built home uses Western Red Cedar sliding doors, Louvre windows as well as sashless windows to take in the spectacular views of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.
A small footprint home which reinvents terrace typology and lifestyle, our work on this beautiful Alexandria home included custom sliding doors and louvre windows, as well as Western Red Cedar finishes throughout.
A beautiful, bright home that perfectly captures the Avalon Beach vibe, Windoor supplied Western Red Cedar timber, French doors and louvre and fixed glass windows to help give the property a unique, charming touch.
Having supplied the custom timber, doors and windows for this breathtaking Balmain property, we think the home’s architect tells the story best: "The sliding doors and windows are beautifully made … I would definitely use Windoor again.
Tucked away in a quiet street on Sydney’s lower north shore and perfectly integrating a mix of Windoor’s Accoya and Western Red Cedar timber, this dark bungalow features sliding doors and three different types of windows.
This Scotland Island house off the Northern beaches of Sydney is a picture of elegance, with bi-fold, hinged and sliding doors across the property highlighting the beauty of the New Guinea Rosewood finishes within.
Featured in ‘Houses’ Magazine Issue 130 for it’s unique design footprint and resourceful use of space, this Glebe property features Accoya timber throughout and is accentuated by custom designed sashless and fixed glass windows.