“It’s amazing how a small, dark house can be transformed into a liveable, four-bedroom plus study family home that inspires your life daily. The extension is full of light and space permeating into the existing house. It’s a joy to wake up to.” Deon
Flaunting a compact design solution, the adaption and extension of this 1910 brick and iron tuck shop defies its challenging inner city site. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a north-facing studio with naturally ventilated living space are all framed by private courtyards and a street-facing veranda.
The contemporary glass extension has living, kitchen, dining and laundry with a mezzanine office. Beautifully-framed courtyards with au pair or guest quarter are enveloped in the roof structure with a louvered gallery access and an elevated office with views across the treetops.
Built-in cabinet work Cole and Son Wallpapers Glass louvres Issey blinds Jarrah recycled timber floors Open fireplace Roman bath