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Houzz features Lea Design Studio

Houzz features Lea Design Studio

Lea Design Studio Featured on Houzz Lea Design Studio’s Principal Architect John Lea has featured once more on Houzz online with his article “An Architect Reveals: 5 Reasons You Need a Greenwall”.     Read Full Article Here You might also...
What You Need to Consider Before Designing Your Home

What You Need to Consider Before Designing Your Home

What You Need to Consider Before Designing Your Home When you are planning your residential home build or renovation, there are many important points to consider. This planning is not only limited to selecting your site. As Gold Coast Architects, we often have clients...
A Guide to Working with an Architect for your Home Design

A Guide to Working with an Architect for your Home Design

A Guide to Working with an Architect for your Home Design Designing your new home can be an exciting time. Conversely, it may also be daunting with many important considerations to take into account. Working with an Architect can make the process stress free and...
Why Social Media is Important for Architects

Why Social Media is Important for Architects

Why Social Media is Important for Architects The Influence of Social Media on ArchitectureAs an Architect, the communication channels used with clients vary. In the past these primarily consisted of personal face to face meetings, email and phone contact. Today social...
Virtual Reality – A game changer for Architects and their Clients

Virtual Reality – A game changer for Architects and their Clients

Virtual Reality - A game changer for Architects and their Clients In today’s computer reliant world, Virtual Reality is no longer the sole domain of gamers. It is now entering mainstream use as a revolutionary technology finding application in a diverse range of...
Designing for Dementia

Designing for Dementia

ARCHITECTS DESIGNING FOR DEMENTIA It is reported that more than 400,000 people are currently diagnosed with dementia in Australia at a cost of nearly $15 billion to the economy. More than half of the residents in aged care facilities are suffering from the condition...

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