New addition to a single storey house in Richmond provides new north facing living areas to the rear of the building and a new bedroom area.
Boomerang-shaped house plan protects north-east facing battle-axe garden from strong coastal winds. Double-glazing throughout, slab-on-ground thermal mass and radially sawn stringy-bark cladding. Designed in association with Greenpoint Design.
With spectacular, uninterrupted, elevated views over the Derwent River this curved-roof, three-level house steps up the steep, sloping site adjoining a reserve. Environmental features include double-glazing throughout, huge water-tanks under the house, corrugated sheet cladding and a low-maintenance garden.
The renovation to rear of this single-storey Victorian Terrace stepped down the site to achieve light, airy living spaces at the rear with seamless connection to the deck and garden areas.
A West-facing inner urban renovation incorporating a “defensive” approach to climate control with external blinds and 2.5m eaves projection. Slab on ground for seamless house/garden transition and thermal mass floor.
WYE River
Renovation of an existing double fronted Victorian terrace house and the addition of a first floor bedroom opening out onto a first floor deck. The project included fully integrating the internal living space with the outside living area.
North-facing renovation lowered to garden level occupying the original house footprint to maximize external garden areas. Thermally-coated Solar E glazing and Salvaged Silver-top Ash horizontal timber cladding.
This project involved converting a 3 level office building to a 4 level House. The existing building was stripped out of all walls, an additional level added to provide a Study with decks opening out to the east and west. The design was based on the Clients detailed brief and included maximising the provision of natural light, space and views.