With the Christmas rush behind us, it’s now time to chill out and relax. And we’ve got the perfect distraction for you having gone through our Instagram posts from the past 12 months and found your favourite images. Here are our 10 most liked posts from this year.

All imagery features Modscape projects. 

Always a popular shot – the garage entrance of our Cottesloe project provides a discreet hint as to what lies behind its stylish Silvertop Ash exterior. Photo @johnmaddenphoto

Gorgeous sunset over the four-bedroom sustainable home in Franklinford. Photo @johnmaddenphoto

Install days are always fun. It’s incredible to see an empty site one minute and a brand new home the next.

The concrete fireplace plinth floats above the ground and forms a striking contrast to the warm Pacific Teak feature wall. Photo @johnmaddenphoto

The master bedroom in the Portsea home has a private balcony separated from the rest of the house – a welcome retreat when all the kids and grandkids come to stay. Photo @johnmaddenphoto

Entry to the Berry home is via a large pivot door and along a timber battened walkway. Photo: Chris Daile

Overlooking Bass Strait, the Phillip Island home captures a wide spread of incredible views – from the sandy beach to the rocky heads. Photo @johnmaddenphoto

Do you do pitched roofs? Yes we certainly do. And pitched roof modules can come together to form a gable roof shape.

The boggy site proved a bit of a challenge for the install team at Kyneton but it was installed in just one day. The prefab home looks great with a pitched roof that appears to float over the timber form thanks to highlight windows that wrap around the home.

Steel purlins in Zincalume create a functional screening solution for the east wing entry of our Nagambie project.


2020-09-03T16:18:11+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Modscape|