New custom-designed homes

We provide a comprehensive service that begins with a consultation to discuss your requirements, predicted time frame and costs and how you can make the most out of your block.

Dunlop Family Home

The family of this colourful home came to us with a brief for a house like no other in their street. A home designed to be smart, comfortable, and connected to its site.

Barwell House

The brief for this adaptable family home in Curtin focused on functional spaces, a communal living hub with connection to the backyard, and a simple exterior to compliment its leafy surrounds.

Casey House

This two storey home set on a narrow north facing sloped block, connects strongly to its outdoor spaces and maximises its northern aspect to provide ample sunlight throughout.

Wonga Street House

The search for a site proved to be the biggest challenge for this project – the owners found us before they located a suitable block for a knock-down/rebuild in Canberra’s inner north.

Deakin House

Energy efficiency was central to the brief for this split level, two-storey new home in the inner south.

Campbell dual occupancy

Set on a leafy bush block backing onto a nature park in Campbell, this new house is a downsized gem that sits behind the owner's original home.

Ulysses House

Every room of this sun-filled home, described as a ‘farmhouse in an urban context’, connects to the productive permaculture garden that surrounds it.

Cowper Street House

Our clients’ brief was complex: build a modern house on a previously undeveloped block in a heritage-listed area, with strict aesthetic restrictions as well as stringent government requirements to manage overland storm water.

O'Connor House

The clients were looking for clever ideas that made the most of their block when they asked us to replace an aging monocrete in Canberra’s leafy inner-North with a new, energy-efficient home.

Bywong House

Thirty minutes’ drive from Canberra’s CBD, this comfortable family home is situated on a rural block that faces a high threat of bushfire: our design and construction had to meet strict BAL-40 (bushfire attack level) requirements.

Franklin House

As Jigsaw Housing’s prototype sustainable house, our main aim was to create an 8-star energy efficient project home that struck a balance between practicality and affordability.