Step inside architect Vicki McLean’s clever Northcote home, and discover how the Cantilever approach can be used to enhance the experience of every room.Read More
A supercharged kitchen for a professional foodie leads to a whole home renovation with integrated joinery throughout. Born of a great dialogue between architect and Cantilever, sharing an intimate knowledge of material, and a common understanding of craftsmanship.Read More
Come for a visit to the Hartington Street house, as Travis of Cantilever gives his insight into a detailed solution for a design-savvy client, and the enduring appeal of thoughtful craftsmanship.
In a kitchen which caught the discerning eye of Design Files’ Lucy Feagins, furnished with an enviable suite of Miele appliances, we explore ways to ensure the heart of your forever home stays functional and timeless.Read More
Home to (almost) empty nesters Sally and Malcolm, this elegant light filled ‘downsizer’ is the cultivation of six years planning, a love for scandi design, entertaining and home cooking.
The result is a thoughtful, personalised, beautiful retreat with incredible functionality that fosters an enviable lifestyle for two: perfect for hosting family and friends or pondering life’s next adventure.Read More
Meet Tableau: a new, innovative furniture-based Kitchen System; the product of a two-year collaboration with the award-winning firm DesignOffice; and testament to the Cantilever brand approach to design and manufacture development.Read More
The owner of this lovely 70’s home came to us with a clear budget, tight timeframe and mission; to find a kitchen solution that would complement the architectural quality of the existing home, and to improve the function and flow of its small footprint.Read More
The Kitchen is Cantilever’s first love, but we often lend our design and supply service to joinery for complete renovation projects, be it a kitchen and bathroom, or a whole home scope. There are many advantages of approaching the joinery components of a renovation as a set, including economy of scale across materials and intersecting trades, along with consistency of service, finish and design detail.Read More
The greatest misconception about small kitchens is that they are always cramped, lack storage and work space. Cantilever believe that the size of a space has no bearing on its potential, and appreciate the design challenge of a small scale Kitchen! Compact Kitchen design requires flexible thinking – not a shrunk down version of a full-size design.Read More
HIP V. HYPE brings a holistic approach to design led development projects. Focussed on the key pillars of Development, Design, Sustainability and Research, Liam Wallis [founder of HIP V. HYPE.] brings a robust, philosophical edge to the projects they pursue.Read More
When the owners of a beautiful Melbourne mid-century home were looking to renovate their kitchen, they wanted to maintain the integrity of the era while bringing it up to speed with modern lifestyles. As great enthusiasts of mid-century design, we were excited to work on this project, which turned out to be a dream job.Read More
The Black and White extension to a post-war semi-detached home in Mont Albert is a testimony to design collaboration and the opportunities for integration when design is considered at a macro and micro scale throughout the process.Read More