HDD Renovations, completed or under construction.

As part of our design process, we regularly apply 3D renderings to our projects.  The level of photorealism differs from project to project based on the clients needs.  Basic 3D modeling is most popular, and the least expensive if not free of charge depending on the complexity.

Camwood Project

 

Interior Renovation

Kingston Mills Project - Exterior

 

Second project for the Senior family in Kingston Mills Ontario

 

This project speaks for itself.  Completely custom and designed with 3D renderings and complete selection of materials, from Fiberon Decking, hot tub selection, electrical layouts to BBQ design.  What is not show is the 46" outdoor TV above the fireplace bump out.

Rick and Mary Senior are incredible clients and love working with them !

Can't wait for the next project.

Nationaly Awarded

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Ottawa Citizen HDD Hierarchy Development & Design
Kingston Mills Project

 

HDD - Hierarchy Development & Design is pleased to announce that it has been chosen as the WINNER in the Canadian Home Builders’ Association’s 2014 National SAM Awards for (ANY ROOM category) on March 6th, 2015.

 

From empty to awe. Much like the local Irish getaway of any major city, this Pub inspired basement renovation embodies rich colors, authentic detailing and over the top entertainment accessories any local pub would praise.  Raised paneled cherry wood cabinetry from floor to ceiling throughout and includes a highly unique real cherry wood coffer ceiling design that highlights a beautifully stoned and wrought iron fireplace.  The thick mantle and chunky hearth of the traditional fireplace are abutted by highly detailed matching display cases that are two of a kind and set the tone for the sports memorabilia in the room.  Drop down door bar access and the hidden mechanical room door are practically invisible in the space, but required a great amount of detail to produce this illusion, highlighted only by faint shadow lines of the outlining shape.  The custom solid cherry wood door within the bar leads to a bevy of Beverages keeping company quenched for ages.

This inspiring basement is perfect for a sports game with friends or good times for family memories.  It's warm, rich and full of life.  Our clients couldn't be happier.  Clients: Mr. & Mrs. Senior (owners of Thomas Lemmon & Sons Plumbing & Heating)

Sweet Home Renovation

The Sweet home renovation was a traditional open concept design renovation and addition, including; the kitchen, dining room, living room and stairs. This transformation has brightened up the home with an addition that includes large wall to wall windows that flood the home with natural light, relocating and opening up a closed staircase, a new kitchen and dining area with ample seating for intimate gatherings, and a spacious living room for a young growing family.  Within the existing configuration we have overcome the difficulty of removing a large outdated (loadbearing) fireplace, as well as many inapt interior walls.  This allowed us to design an open and inviting space that (much to our clients delight) carries a considerable amount of the natural light down the open staircase and into a once gloomy basement.

 

The light cool grey paint selection for the walls balances the dark cabinetry and light quartz counters, creating a high contrast eye catching characteristic, while the hand scraped Hickory flooring, with its warm tones, ties the entire renovation together for a comforting atmosphere. Modern stainless steel appliances add a clean but sharp look to the newly designed kitchen and the detailing in the backsplash creates a subtle yet elegant pattern with small marble mosaic tiles, laid in a stylish herringbone pattern.  The detailing of the corner to corner windows is a feature that shouldn’t be overlooked and gives a beautiful effect of bringing the outside in.  

 

The new bright and spacious living room is picture-perfect for entertaining family and friends for years to come. A blend of Buck’s Country Southern ledge Stone & Dressed Fieldstone garb the newly designed fireplace, framed in by a unique window design, making this fire place the focal of the room. This renovation gives the Sweet family a more functional and spacious home. 

Rockliffe Park - Elmwood

 

This project was a complete interior and exterior renovation.  A high end transition from old and broken, to new and updated.   Pictures coming soon and likely a future entry in the National, provincial and municipal Home Builders awards.

Crestview Project

 

Our Clients were looking for a complete redesign of the exterior.  Searching for that modern feal, we applied dark fascia and soffit, modern windows to the entire house and a stone chimney and accents for that little bit of pop in a traditional neighbourhood. 

Fisher

This project on Fisher Ave was inspired by a design from our clients youth.  the large addition at the side of the home proved to be a great location for a study and entertainment area. 

This home was a GOHBA Design Award Finalist – Renovation / Addition ($200,000 to $349,000) in 2011.