Brilliant building

By Melissa McCullough Photos Supplied

For the second year in a row, Brynor Constructions has won the prestigious HIA Eastern Victoria Home of the Year award.

Ron Bryan has been in the Residential and Commercial building industry for over 40 years and together with Adam and Sam Norris formed Brynor Constructions in 2005. Based in Blairgowrie and continuing to work in the Eastern and Bayside suburbs of Melbourne Brynor Constructions are award winning boutique builders of architecturally designed homes with interior decorating, pools and landscape included in their building concept. Adam Norris says, “We pride ourselves on our meticulous attention to detail as we realise that building or renovating a home is a lifetime dream for many people. It becomes a team effort with the client, architect and builder working together to achieve the one goal your unique home.”

Announced with an online broadcast on Thursday 3 December 2020, the Mornington Peninsula-based builders won the award for a stunning custom-built home in Blairgowrie. HIA’s judges praised the home as an “architectural masterpiece”, “built to a very high standard” and “simply spectacular”.

“We are extremely proud of this achievement and would like to thank the owners and architects for entrusting us to bring their vision to life and all of our trades and suppliers for all their hard work”, Adam said.

This architectural masterpiece is set on this sloping block to capture the distant views to Arthurs Seat. The most notable facet of the interior is the spectacular polished concrete and granite stone walls and large glass windows and doors which spans the entire upper floor and adjoins the expansive deck and Alfresco area with a lap pool and infinity edge to rocks below with a magnificent outlook to the landscape gardens. The expansive home boasts an abundance of natural light and layout flows beautifully incorporating sympathetic materials such as granite, charred hardwood timber cladding and concrete render had the home scoring highly for visual appeal.

Owners of the property, Annette and Dennis Trewin were thrilled to bits with the quality of the house, workmanship, and attention to detail. Annette said, “Though we had full trust in the planning of our home, we felt at ease making suggestions for changes with the architect and all of our thoughts were taken on board.” In their ‘70s, the husband and wife have made some careful plans for this to be their forever home. Fine points such as the main living space situated on one level, extra wide doorways, ledges to sit in the shower, and a lift to get to the lower lever will enable Annette and Dennis residence in a functional space for years to come.

“HIA congratulates Brynor Constructions on this outstanding achievement,” says Fiona Nield, HIA Victoiran Executive Director. “A HIA Home of the Year title is something every builder aims for. So winning the award twice in two years is something truly special.”

Brynor Constructions also won the Outdoor Project award, and were finalists in the kitchen and bathroom categories, highlighting the overall appeal of the home.

brynorconstructions.com.au

Peninsula Essence – January 2021

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