The Mosman house, from the exterior, is a classic, symmetrical Queen Anne federation-style residence. Built originally in 1904, this heritage home leans on the complexities of traditional craftsmanship; using wood turning, stained glass artistry and specialty applied finishes to authentically fuse the old with the new. The installation of a new structural beam replaced a […]

Crows Nest – Commercial

The former Salvation Army hall has been restored to its former glory, with the Citadel building’s commercial section offering six private offices, an event space, two meeting rooms, a podcast studio/edit suite, and studio space for photography/film projects. The interior seamlessly aligns with the aesthetics of the residential area, featuring bold design elements such as […]

Crows Nest – Residential

A former Salvation Army Hall, the Citadel is once again at the heart of the community. A design brief rich in the building’s history – an amalgamation of industrial, art deco and federation. We worked with skilled trades to enhance the heritage bones. Installing custom steel framed arch doors that pay tribute to the existing […]


This project – for a return schmidt construction client – saw the complete renovation of this beautifully positioned 3 storey house in Cammeray. The project involved stripping back the house to its original bones and then rebuilding using finishes and design that maximised the northern orientation and encouraged the light to fill the house. The […]



This project – for a return Schmidt Construction client – saw the reinvention of a classic single-storey dwelling to become a comfortable, beautifully detailed, three-level smart home, maximising nearby harbour views whilst providing privacy from neighbouring properties. The project involved the creation of indoor and outdoor entertaining zones, private family spaces, fully self-contained guest accommodation […]



Schmidt Construction was originally briefed to transform the kitchen of this 1990’s penthouse, however the project expanded to the entire apartment when we identified an opportunity to raise the ceilings throughout and enclose a section of the balcony to deliver the increased living area our client desired. Despite the need for multiple specialist engineers and […]

Darling Point

We worked with the original owners of this perfectly positioned, but tired, two-bedroom apartment to navigate their first renovation in 20 years. Schmidt Construction managed communication with neighbouring residential and commercial properties along with challenging site access – which required the craning in of benchtops and joinery – to successfully transform every room in just […]



Schmidt Construction was first engaged by the owners of this home after a flood had damaged their kitchen. The original layout was reworked to not only maximise the flow and functionality of the kitchen area within the family’s open plan living space, but to also successfully fulfill our clients’ wish for a hidden butler’s pantry […]