WINNER of several national awards, including HIA Australian Home of the Year and Gold Key Award for best home in WA, Grandwood by Zorzi creates beautiful custom homes to fit all families and budgets.
“From start to finish we are responsible for the design, documentation, project management, building and handover of premium homes,” business development manager David Reynolds said.
“We pride ourselves on our ability to be able to adapt to our clients and value the opportunity to work with families on building luxury homes to suit their wants and needs.”
Mr Reynolds described a Grandwood by Zorzi home as modern, using classical materials to create a luxury home with the ability to entertain and find solace.
He said designs also focus on the importance of the outdoors for young families and baby boomers, who seek the natural environment as part of their interior and exterior home.
“Bringing the natural environment indoors and the finished feel of landscaping and beautiful exterior spaces is becoming more and more popular,” he said.
An example is The Subiaco, which won Project Home of the Year and Project Home $500,001 and over at the 2012 HIA Perth Housing Awards.
This Federation-style home renovation features an alfresco area adjoining the living area, separated with bi-fold doors, which enables the room to be opened into one large indoor/outdoor area.
It includes solid timber floorboards throughout and a bridge-style underfoot water feature at the entrance of the master bedroom.
The Green in Churchlands is another stunning home, designed to take advantage of an outdoor lifestyle.
As a modern yet classical home, it captures the essence of Grandwood.
The design creates a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor living and features beautiful outdoor decking surrounding a tree, water feature, state-of-the-art kitchen, home cinema and New York penthouse-inspired master bedroom.
“We provide luxury custom homes to a budget and time frame for families and those who want the ability to upsize with a growing family or downsize for comfort,” he said. ■
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