Shortlisted: 2017 UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence

Bexley Park is a luxury residence that excels in every aspect of care, comfort and ambience. Purpose-built in 2015, the contemporary architecture merges with the environment and captures natural light to create a sense of elegant spaciousness throughout all living areas and private rooms. The residence is close to public transport, shops and other amenities, offering a pleasant and welcoming lifestyle where personalised care and attention to detail are paramount.

Breaking dawn on a new era

Published: February 2015 - Daily Telegraph - Home

The beauty of old houses is that they come with their own stories. They have a sense of permanence and even confidence about their place in the street and the local area.One of the biggest challenges, though, is that they can become money pits that require expensive and disruptive work.

Natural progression

Published: June 2013 - Renovate

Blurring the line between these spaces creates a robust home that is equipped and designed to cope with any aspect of the Australian environment home and transform it into a living space that could enviously take its place in the forefront of the “Australian dream”.

Aged Care Australia

Published: Autumn 2012 - Aged Care Australia

Architect James McNally talks about McNally Architects philosophical approach to enhancing the spaces around you through innovative design. This approach is used in their Seniors Living projects with great success.

Finalist: Property Council of Australia 2013 Innovation & Excellence Awards

Property Council of Australia 2013

Property Council of Australia Property Council of Australia 2013 Innovation & Excellence Awards: Finalist

That’s one feel-good storey

December 2012 - Daily Telegraph - Home

Peter and Keri Chittenden had quite a wishlist for their Northbridge home. The single-level Californian bungalow functioned well at the front but had a patchwork of rooms at the back that obscured the connection with the spacious backyard. It was also west-facing at the rear so that even airconditioning did little to stave off the afternoon sun in summer.

Architects Leading The Way

Published: Summer 2011 - Aged Care Australia

McNally Architects took to task creating two new wings to connect with the existing Kilbride Nursing Home. Part of the challenge was to solve the problems inherited with the existing facility and incorporating upgrades to meet the current regulations and expectations of the residents.

Sweeping changes

January 2009 - Daily Telegraph - Home

Sometimes a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. When the owner of this house found it in a quiet street in North Sydney five years ago, she says it was virtually ‘uninhabitable’. Dark with four original rooms plus a series of add ons, the plumbing was shot and it needed complete rewiring.

Road to success

May, 2008 - Daily Telegraph - Home

Not many architects walk away from council chambers with a smile on their face. For increasing numbers, submitting plans for approval has become a battle of wills as councils insist on imposing their guidelines to the last degree. But James McNally of McNally Architects has achieved the seemingly impossible.