Planning the external space around your new home for landscaping, hardscaping and maximising or creating a view is an essential part of your overall design-build project.
Choosing the best parcel of land for your new home is the first challenge every home builder faces.
Before adding an additional dwelling unit or in-law suite to your garden, consider all the practical requirements, not just if you have enough space.
Elevating the laundry or utility room to a laundry suite to make doing laundry less of a chore and more of an organised part of everyday family life.
With so many of us working from home now, getting the balance right when carving out space for a home office is not easy. Here, Opoplan's architect team present the important things for us all to consider.
There's more to designing a walk-in closet than you might think. Here the architects at Opoplan share their design tips to make sure that your dressing room is perfectly styled.
Basic common sense suggests that we future proof our kid’s rooms taking into consideration what they will require from their bedroom before they leave for college.
Kitchen islands can work in small open plan spaces, like our feature image above, but are most impressive when done big.
A properly planned drop zone can help to stop all that stuff from landing on the kitchen counter or island and reduces the stress of getting the family out on time every morning.
When thinking about the type of windows you want in your new home, you need to consider both light and views in order to make the best design decisions.