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We created BuildHer Collective to empower women with the right tools to build the home of their dreams. With the right advice and support, building and renovating can be such a fun and rewarding experience!

Building is not as hard as you think! We have created an online course that guides you through every step along the journey, with the support of like-minded women.

If you want to take the next step towards your dream home, get in touch for a free consultation, no catches or commitments.
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REBEKA MORGAN

Rebeka Morgan’s desire to help women build is driven from the many enquires she receives, her thirst for knowledge, her vast business experience and passion for building.

Rebeka is no stranger to construction, as a teenager she worked in her family floor coverings business in Melbourne which lead her to have a strong interest in both Entrepreneurship and Construction. Having spent the last 14 years in the building industry in various management roles initially focusing on commercial construction where she was general manager of a commercial building company; more recently Rebeka has been successfully redeveloping residential properties, which have broken sales records in Northcote. Rebeka is CEO of Beirin Projects which focus’ on high end renovation and construction in the inner North.  She is passionate about sharing knowledge and experience and in her spare time she is a tutor at Swinburne University. A successful serial Entrepreneur with a Master’s Degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation this compliments her degree in Construction Management, love of the build form and seeing project come alive from inception to completion.

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KRIBASHINI HANNON

Kribashini Hannon has a wealth of personal and professional experience to help and support women build and renovate.

Kribashini fell in love with construction when she was only a child. Inspired by running around at her father’s glass factory while growing up in Wellington, NZ, Kribashini quickly developed a deep passion for Construction and Project Management. This resolve stuck with her through university, leading her to get her Bachelor’s Degree in Building Science from VU and a Master of Project Management from RMIT. Over 13 years later, Kribashini remains highly passionate about the built environment and spends time managing commercial projects. Having been through her own home renovation, Kribashini wants to share her insights, experience and knowledge with other like-minded women and help them feel confident about building.

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RENO REVIEWS

Stuck on Whether to Renovate or Demolish and Start Over?

Designed by TONIC Design How do you decide whether to renovate or demolish and start again? In need of a new master bedroom suite, better living spaces with a connection to the outdoors and separate children’s spaces, the owners of Garden View House in Moorooka, Brisbane faced this problem. But, with the help of TONIC…

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A Small Addition Creates a Home Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

Designed by MRTN Architects Light and dark, east and west, new and old, Dark Light House’s new living pavilion contrasts without simply doing the opposite. When a humble, but beloved beach-house becomes a full-time family home, it becomes necessary for a little more living space. MRTN Architects’modest addition transforms and reorients the home, respecting the…

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A New Rear Living Area Creates a Better Connection to the Outdoors

Designed by McManus Lew Architects We love to get out and enjoy the backyard, but too often our homes are disconnected from our outdoor spaces. Saturn II shows you what you can do… Creating a great connection from living spaces to the backyard can offer you a whole other room of outdoor space. Even a…

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1970s Apartment Update for a Professional Couple and Their Bulldog

Designed by Studio Benicio This young professional couple and their adorable bulldog were lucky enough to snag an apartment in a great location (Sydney’s stunning Northern Beaches). The only problem was, after being built in the 1970s, the apartment had barely been updated, leaving it feeling tired and out-dated. The couple came to Studio Benicio…

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Hold the Wrecking Ball! When Demo, Then Reno Is Not the Solution

Designed by Jos Tan Architects Oftentimes, the tiniest of renovations can have the biggest impact. Weighing (measuring?) in at 35 square metres of renovated space and mere metres of additional floor area, Coronet by Jos Tan Architects is undeniably small. The owner of Coronet, a keen cook, wanted an entertainer’s kitchen and dining area big…

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A Tight Site and Heritage Controls; Dealing With All the Constraints

Designed by Dan Webster Architecture Styled by Larritt-Evans, Built by Made Form, Photographed by Eve Wilson Have you ever noticed a small tree which has burst through layers of concrete only to emerge in the middle of a median strip with several lanes of traffic either side? The tree’s struggle, against all odds, makes for…

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Architects Use Renovation as an Opportunity to Chase the Sun

Designed by Davidov Partners Architects Chase the sun. Not just my favourite song of the early 2000s, but also a rallying call to all home builders and renovators, and exactly what Davidov Partners Architects have done in the reno of this Caufield North Californian Bungalow. Maybe they’re Planet Funk fans too? Derived from a destination…

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THAT House Defies Its Neighbours In Every (Good) Way Possible

Designed by Austin Maynard Architects The site of THAT House neighboured by huge houses. Austin Maynard Architects were asked to provide the family with ‘just the right amount of space’… By creating large openings and generous connections to the garden the architects aimed to make this modest-sized home feel abundant and broad. The result is…

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High House Reno Takes Light, Functionality and Space to New Heights

Designed by Dan Gayfer Design Living close to the city certainly has its advantages – good public transport, the buzz of the inner-city and easy access to all the coolest bars and restaurants. The downside – especially in older terrace houses – is the cramped and dark living conditions. High House is in Melbourne’s trendy…

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