B.Arch (1998) NSW Architect Registration # 7866
phone: 0425 258 089
Photographs by Pulch Photography.
Construction by Lighthouse Building.
Structural engineering by Tall Ideas.
Ground floor rear and first floor additions, and internal alterations, including new rear living space, kitchen, and bathroom.
First floor bedroom.
Spatial efficiency, preservation and re-invention of existing, and subsequent maximisation of garden space.
Northern double timber framed glazing.
Shutter and eave protected openings.
Interior rainwater storage which will also provide thermal mass.
Solar hot water.
AFS Chain of Custody Certified hardwood construction.
Low VOC timber treatment.
Reused brickwork and timbers.
Preserved and new insulated thermal mass construction.
Spatial efficiency in floor planning.
Reuse of materials salvaged from demolition.
Increased sunlight and thermal mass to the interior.
Construction by Select Building.
Ground floor rear and first floor additions, and internal alterations, including new rear living space, kitchen, walk in pantry, and bathroom.
Rear patio with new trellis that supports deciduous vines.
First floor bedroom and ensuite.
Spatial efficiency, preservation and re-invention of existing, and subsequent preservation of existing pool and garden space.
Protection to northern openings via solid eaves, hardwood louvred screen, and a trellis supporting deciduous vines.
Sub floor rainwater storage.
Rooftop photovoltaic solar panel electrical generation, and pool heating panels.
Solar electricity and pool water.
Ground floor rear addition within the narrow space that lies between the terrace house rear wing and the side boundary.
Outdoor kitchenette and deck leading down to a deck with peripheral planting in the rear courtyard.
Outdoor living room on the roof of the addition with views of Sydney city.
Compact design facilitating indoor / outdoor connectivity and entry of sunlight and ventilation.
Low-e fully openable glazing.
Eave protected openings.
Spatial efficiency utilising previously unused space.
Ground floor rear and first floor additions, and internal alterations, including new rear kitchen and dining space, and walk in pantry.
Rear roofed deck.
Two first floor bedrooms and a bathroom.
Spatial efficiency and preservation of existing structure on the ground floor.
Preservation of the existing period roof form, and keying in the first floor addition to respect the diagonal hip roof line.
Wide north-east oriented low-e glazing that is fully openable to the rear deck.
Protection to north-eastern openings on the ground floor by the verandah roof, and first floor by a hardwood screen.
Preservation of a significant tree.
Spatial efficiency resulting from preserved and re-invented structure..
A two storey rear pavilion that contains a study on the ground floor connected via a spiral stair to a master bedroom and ensuite on the first floor.
The master bedroom can also be used as a living room, and opens full width to the existing rear deck to the house to its north.
Careful placement of the structure in respect to significant surrounding eucalyptus trees and existing structure.
Double timber framed glazing.
Deep northerly roof projection to protect the opening from summer sunlight while allowing winter sunlight to enter.
Openings protected by SS flyscreens on the southern and eastern sides that will facilitate full cross ventilation.
An external 5000L rainwater tank.
Fully insulated envelope including floors.
Connectivity to nature.
Spatial efficiency resulting in a smaller building footprint than would have been necessary with a more conventional stair.
Deletion of the need for corridor construction between the house and pavilion, where the owners are prepared to brave the weather!
Abundant sunlight to the interior.
Ground floor rear additions and internal alterations, including new rear living and dining space, new kitchen and study.
Existing interior remodelled to accommodate a new master bathroom, ensuite, bathroom and secondary living space.
Spatial efficiency and preservation and re-invention of existing.
Northern highlight low-e glazing that will fetch sunlight from above the original front part of the house.
Protection to northern openings via solid eaves.
Recycled brickwork in the feature wall on the south-eastern side of house to collect heat from direct winter sunlight and provide the house with thermal mass.
Spatial efficiency and reuse of brickwork and timber salvaged from demolition.
Ground floor rear living, dining room and kitchen addition, internal alterations to contain an additional bedroom and ensuite bathroom within the same footprint.
Rear deck with western sun protecting roof and screen.
Roof overhangs and external retractable sun screen.
Construction by Sustainably Built.
Structural engineering by Partridge Engineering.
Ground floor rear dining room addition, internal kitchen and stair alterations and first floor alterations to accommodate two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Rear patio beneath generous roof overhang.
Northern low-e glazing.
Protection to northern opening via a large cantilevered roof projection.
Timbers reused in the construction.
Theoretical projects, approved designs yet to be built, and design competition entries.
Ground floor entry and rear living room additions, internal alterations, and first floor bedroom and bathroom additions.
Elevated retractable shade sails to the north-easterly rear above the existing deck.
Spatial efficiency and preservation and re-invention of existing ground floor walls and floor.
North-eastern low-e glazing.
Protection to north-eastern openings via retractable shade sails that maximise entry of sunlight during the winter.
High remote controllable openings to facilitate natural ventilation.
Sub floor 12 000 L rainwater storage.
Rooftop photovoltaic solar panel electrical generation, and solar hot water heating.
Preservation of trees and rock formations.
Solar electricity and hot water.