Working in collaboration with a builder means we can achieve more as a team. On this project we worked with Smith & Sons to create a seamless, integrated opening roof system to compliment the beautifully landscaped backyard.
LED Down Lights
We captured some great footage of this property in Killarney Heights. The poolside deck is now complete with Opening Roof, outdoor fireplace, LED downlights and Ziptrak screens.
Our Eclipse Opening Roof complemented this luxurious outdoor space perfectly.
With an already beautiful outdoor space to work with, we custom designed an opening roof system that complemented the existing landscape of this modern country home.
The Eclipse Opening Roof was the perfect addition to this rural property in Mittagong.
The owner of a water front boat villa was looking for an opening roof that could also be used as a vertical privacy and security screen. The Eclipse team designed, engineered and installed perhaps Australia’s first motor operable dual-purpose Eclipse Opening Roof/Security Screen System.
The client had limited space and wished to make an structure as unobtrusive as possible.
To construct an outdoor entertaining area that blended with the angled exterior corner as well as catered for the different eaves height. The owners wanted a simple level frame set above the existing paved area. They also wanted some form of lighting incorporated into the project.
The company was approached by a builder whose brief was to add an opening roof area to an already extensive outdoor entertaining area. The existing area had a flat paneled finish to the ceiling and the client was instructed by the owner to match the effect as closely as possible. It also needed to cover and protect an outdoor aquarium that ran along the wall of the dwelling. The challenge was also to attach the structure to take into effect the different levels of the points of attachment.
Previously this area featured an uncovered timber pergola which, and although maintained and painted regularly had deteriorated to the extent that some of the structure was in danger of collapsing. The clients’ brief was to retain the same architectural style but also to provide an all-weather outdoor area for use in summer or winter whilst giving protection to the extensive timber work on the rear of the home.