Quote from the Sunday Canberra Times Feb 21 2010;
‘When the Creelman family moved back into their Campbell home after extensive renovations they took a while to adapt.  “I didn't know what to do with myself at first Kylie Creelman said, I just wasn't used to so much room.” 
It's not surprising that Kylie, her husband Mark and their  son Hunter were lost in the four bedroom home as they had spent the previous year living in the 12 m long shipping container. ‘
The main feature of the renovation is a new wing containing the kitchen family and meals area.  The skillion roof has been designed to maximize solar gain and create a seamless and integrated connection to the outside spaces adjacent.  This major renovation has taken a sow's ear and made a silk purse from it. The result is a stylish, sustainable as well as practical family home.

project credits
Design Architect: Tony Trobe
Project architect/Draftsman: Tony Trobe
Interior Design: KMD Design
Structural Consultant: Northrop
Photographer: studio2point8
Builder: Huckstep/Acacia

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