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September 25, 2021
Californian Bungalow in Sydney After renovation

Californian Bungalow Renovation Sydney

The Potential of Californian Bungalows in the Inner West Californian Bungalows are very popular style of architecture in Sydney’s Inner […]
September 15, 2021
Combining architectural design and interior design

Connecting Architectural and Interior Design

Connecting Architectural and Interior Design To further capitalise on its idyllic location, this waterfront reserve property at Clontarf underwent a […]
May 13, 2021
John Eussen sits down with The Site Foreman's Managing Director, Stephen Moore, to discuss how people are using their homes in a different way and why this has led to an increase in home renovations.

Why is everyone renovating?

The Site Foreman – Sydney Architects and Project Managers – Why everyone is renovating? John Eussen sits down with The […]
May 3, 2021
Who owns your home design blog

Who owns your home design?

Who owns your home design? Imagine researching home design companies and thinking that you have chosen a cost-effective architect to […]
March 8, 2021

The Site Foreman Celebrate International Women’s Day

The Site Foreman Celebrate International Women’s Day March 8th marks the date we celebrate the growing equality of women in […]
March 5, 2021
Home Renovation Advice

The Site Foreman Interview | 2020 Vision

TSF Series: Home Renovation Advice... Stephen Moore sits down with John Eussen discussing 2020's highlights and the impact on the renovations and construction industry.
February 5, 2021

New TSF Digital Series Coming Soon!

The Site Foreman brings you another digital advice series covering renovation and the design and build process for Sydney-Siders wanting to add value, space, and unique style to their homes.
January 11, 2021
The Site Foreman - To Stay Or To Renovate Blog Image

To renovate or to buy? That is the question…

For most cost savvy families and partnerships, it all comes down to what they end up with. An almost perfect new home that can still require additional work or as close to what they're after as they can afford. Then there is the cost of the buying and moving process that many of us measure in the time it takes, the stress it involves and the sheer overall cost.