RBi ARCHITECTS are a small architectural company located in Richmond, Melbourne. Our commercial architects service the business sector, while we also have dedicated project architects who provide a design and project management service to residential clients looking for something different.
Boutique Homes is a leading Victorian Home Builder that prides itself on providing quality designer homes that truly compliment all lifestyles. Proudly part of the ABN Group, Australia's leading home building group, we offer real value for money with industry leading inclusions and unrivalled build quality.
We are a well established, locally owned Architectural Drafting & Building Design company.
Specialised in residential & commercial design & drafting
New home concepts including multi-unit developments
Renovations of existing properties
Granny Flats, Decks, carports & bathrooms
Exceptional Design Drafting offer complete Residential & Commercial Building Design, Drafting and Council Approvals. For retaining walls to garages and patio's, to additions and renovations, to shop fitouts, to new Multi Million $ projects.
Home builders with upfront fixed price quotes from our standard plans to your plan or let us custom design your dream home
Servicing:- Point Cook, Tarneit, Wyndham Vale, Taylors Hill, Bacchus Marsh, Melton, Sunbury, Gisborne, Riddells Creek, Woodend, Craigeburn and all in between
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