After months of waiting, the switchable glass has been installed. The glass changes from opaque to clear when a small electric charge is applied to a special film in the window.
Anthony has completed fitting the door hardware throughout the house.
The concrete block wall has been rising rapidly.
Jo and the the team from Classic Metal have fitted the last of the zinc panels to the building.
Today the last of the scaffold is coming down, revealing the true shape of the building.
The board and carpets protecting the wooden floors have come up, revealing expanss of the finished oak for the first time.
Tony brought a load of fill today to set the levels for the front section landscaping.
Junior has done an amazing job of the very tricky detail required for the patio cedar.
There are no right-angles in the walls and with an angled window it's has been an extremely technical piece of work.
The engineered stone benchtop for the Palazzo kitchen was installed today.
The 'U' shape counter was provided in five sections. Factors such as the maximum length of slabs available and the risk of handling breakages created by large cutouts play a part in determining how many joins are required.
Dayglo markings are appearing on the ground as the set out takes place for the paths and other hard landscaping.
Over several days Matt's team have formed the boxing and prepared reinforcing steel for the concrete paths and driveway.
With the installation of glazing, the bathrooms are suddenly taking on a finished form.
After weeks in transit, the foyer light fitting from ecc has arrived and has been installed by the electricians.
A very energetic morning saw concrete laid for all the paths, borders and driveway.