This curving sculptural extension for a growing family sits in contrast to its original cottage, sweeping up the site, creating a sunny courtyard as it does. Light, with expansive views over the water, it provides open, connected living spaces. A bathroom with a skylight allows a shower in the sun or a more contemplative one, staring at the stars.
SOUTH HOBART EXTENSION
WARWICK ST EXTENSION
The Warwick St extension is essentially a curved slice of glass, designed to embrace the sun and light; as a striking contrast to its original form.
Designed to be modest, adaptable and all about the site, the Southport Shack provides peaceful respite for our clients and their family.
An upper mezzanine pops up as a contemplative study. Bedrooms become living spaces with the adjustment of a curtain. Located on the edge of the ocean, the water is visible throughout with simple adjustments to apertures.
MACQ ST HERITAGE APARTMENT
Inserted in to an existing heritage listed building, this project was a new apartment for our clients.
This shack in Coningham was conceived around its predecessor, destroyed by bushfire.
It is a nod to the Tassie shack in its relaxed feel and durability, with an easy flow in and out and plenty of deck space to wipe off the sand.
SMALL HOME FORSTER ST
This home is small, 105 sqm small.
Our clients came with the brief of a compact, delightful, efficient house. With the site facing north, the house was designed on the oblique, wrapping around the backyard on the street. Spaces intersect and overlap, providing the opportunity for volume or divisibility as required.
SEVEN MILE BEACH HOME
Raw, expressed materials define this beach home.
A rammed earth spine divides the still spaces from movement while the rhythmic glass wall provides a light filled journey along it.
SOUTH HOBART RECLAIMED EXTENSION
This addition to an existing dwelling was an expression of our clients' desire to build in reclaimed materials. Timber on hessian, red bricks and stone provided a beautiful textured palette for the project.