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Sydney & Newcastle's Dynamic Team of Innovative Architects


Zugai Strudwick Architects(ZSA) has offices in both Sydney and Newcastle allowing us to undertake projects up and down the east coast with many of our clients having projects in more than one area. We have extensive experience in producing high quality houses in city, rural and regional areas. Our wide-ranging experience across many council areas, with sites of varying constraints and opportunities, has prepared us to deal with any design challenge. Our focus is the delivery of sustainable and innovative design solutions while embracing client expectations and balancing deadlines, budgets and functional requirements.
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Best of Houzz 2017 - Design
Best of Houzz 2017 - Client Satisfaction
Best of Houzz 2016 - Design
Best of Houzz 2015 - Design
Best of Houzz 2015 - Client Satisfaction
Best of Houzz 2014 - Design
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On recommendation, I engaged Zugai Strudwick Architects (ZSA) through a phased contract to provide Design, Development Application/s, Certifier requirements that included coordination of all agencies before, during and after Covid19, a difficult period navigated by ZSA to achieve the major renovation of my thirty-year-old home. Primarily, my vision brief was provided to ZSA for the project renovation to consider outcomes of friendly ageing in place, increase in open space additional light to living areas, new internal alfresco with all floor materials/levels equal throughout the house. In addition, considerations for Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL 40) compliance were required and ZSA were for...