Martin Kolarik is your specialist home designer on Sydney’s North Shore.

I design major home extensions and complete renovations to deliver beautiful, functional homes that complement your lifestyle and budget.

I have been passionate about combining beauty and function my whole life.

Whether you are doing sculpture, painting, ornamental blacksmithing or architecture, the same theme applies – “Make it beautiful and Make it work”.

I have spent my entire career working in the field of architecture and I look forward to more of the same!

I am a Chartered and Accredited Building Designer, and I personally create every design.

Design Philosophy – Elegant Simplicity

My approach to design is to integrate the clean lines of modern architecture with suitable contemporary elements to create designs which are in harmony with your home.

Contemporary design elements such as light-filled interiors, subtle use of colour and functional floor plans are combined to create homes which are the expressions of simplicity and elegance.

Aesthetics, function and sustainability have always been the cornerstones of responsible architecture and are principles to which I adhere.

Living in Sydney’s North Shore

I have lived and worked here most of my life and know the North Shore, and what it embodies. The opportunities for family life, business and overall lifestyle mean that it is a desirable area to bring up a family.

In 2000, I decided to leave the commercial area of design and start working on private homes, believing that my local design expertise (including Heritage and Bushfire matters) will assist people who lived on the North Shore.

and finally…

My life experience means that I know the opportunities and constraints that apply to us all – family, schooling, home, finances, etc, are matters which all need to be considered before making major life decisions.

The main thing I like to build, other than homes, are long lasting relationships based on mutual respect.

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