As a family, we are very proud to have acquired Collier Homes three years ago. With the brand now in its sixtieth year, we reflect on our history and journey so far.
Feeling bored one weekend as a teenager in the 1960s, I took to surfing television channels. What I settled on led to a discovery that has remained with me since.
It is with much pride that we announce a new collection of homes that embraces multiculturalism, internationalism, and diversity, titled Cosmopolitan Collection.
A mother is the builder of a home and the first teacher of her children. Her home is where she teaches her family the lessons of love, so they know how to love each other.
We strive for space to inhabit throughout our lives – for work, leisure, and housing. We instinctively know when the space surrounding us is great by the way it makes us feel.
I recently held a reunion lunch with past Collier Homes executives who had made a positive impact on the business before my purchase some two years ago.
Supply chain biases in WA heavily drive material choices and influence building economics. What follows is a somewhat repetitive genre of home building.
Collier Homes announced today that it has become the Australian representative for Lindal Cedar Homes, which is headquartered in Seattle.
Over the past eighteen months, I have been continually asked why I bought and relaunched a building brand at a time when the industry is at one of its lowest ebbs.
The practice of sustainability relating to home building appears to pivot solely around low energy practices, without consideration of the building materials used.