Shoreham

Shoreham

Strung in a row of three connected pavilions, the Shoreham beach house enjoys uninterrupted and extensive views of Westernport Bay whilst creating outdoor areas sheltered from the elements.

The brief called for a response not only to its site, but the need to provide zoned living and bedroom areas. Additionally, the extensive use of stone gives a feeling of permanency and a natural affinity with the homes location.

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Lambeth Avenue

Lambeth Avenue

Lambeth House provides a growing family with more space and greater amenity, while preserving and celebrating the heritage of their original home. The rear boundary of the site is defined by a stunning original red brick tramways wall. The scale of the wall gives the design an established and inspiring backdrop to the architecture.

Upon entry, the eye is drawn down the period hallway to a framed view of the garden and boundary wall. Original features have been maintained in the existing front of the house when the new living zones are located to the rear, taking advantage of the northern sunlight and external areas.

The emphasis was on maximizing natural light within flexible spaces which could be utilised by a growing family. The spaces can be easily divided into smaller purposeful zones or opened to create a feeling of larger flowing rooms.

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Hawksburn

Hawksburn

The two storey property sits in the heart of leafy Hawksburn streets. The existing house is one of two grand Victorian terraces. The design is to create an extension that plays with shape and form to embrace the northern light and garden.

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Claremont

Claremont

A small ensuite was to be added to a generous Edwardian californian bungalow. Not wanting to add a contrasting box to the side of their house, the clients chose, instead, to match materials and style. We designed a small addition that uses the same terracotta roof tiles, and painted brick. To avoid a miniature cookie cutter version of the existing house, we used a pitched roof but scaled it in such a way the the pitch matches the original in all elevations. It blends in to the Federation roof, yet has an individual more modern form of its own.

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