Nestled within close proximity of the foreshore line of Parramatta River, this beautifully architecturally designed dwelling emphasises the journey between the two volumes separated by an internal courtyard.
The home reconnects to the rear, through the extension of the living areas into the private open yard. Highlight windows incorporated within the raked ceiling increase the visual appeal whilst also allowing solar access from the northern aspect of the site into the internal areas.
Nestled in a leafy street of Oatlands, the site positioned in an east-west orientation captures the natural light throughout the day. Main living room roof opens up and reveals northern sun through highlight windows.
Building form follows slightly angled front boundary with two modest volumes separating the main entry. The statement concrete box hovers over basement ramp and comprises the main bedroom while unique masonry pattern is applied to the Frank Lloyd Wright inspired brick volume in the front. Creative use of brick continues at the rear where pigeon-hole pattern filters light and provides privacy to alfresco area. These feature walls are constructed of PGH McGarvie Red brick that were developed just in time for the build.
The beautifully designed alteration to an existing home, presents a fresh upgrade to the facade highlighted through the contemporary finishes. A complete overall both internally and externally showcases an additional storey to accommodate for a growing family.
The proposal has interconnected the indoor and outdoor living areas, to allow for a clear visual overlooking the pool and rear yard.
Set in a private avenue in Oatlands, presents an aesthetically pleasing family home surrounded by natural elements in the front setback. The contemporary presence of the home resembles the future character of the area, through the honest colour selection consistent around the dwelling.
Large full height glazed elements overlooking the entertaining spaces in the rear, increase visual appeal permitting natural light internally.
Captivated by the grand entry, this classic french provincial home stands attractive, through its charming level of detail visible around the home. Backed onto a reserve surrounded by native trees, this home sets the scene as a comforting private escape from the rear yard.
The separation of the internal layout through the central hallway, emphasises the open plan that begins from the entry. Light toned coloured render combined with the timber details emphasises it’s opulent splendour.
Tuscan inspired architectural masterpiece nestled within an exclusive pocket in Carlingford, showcases a reproduction of a timeless era of architecture. Decorated by elements of nature throughout the home combined with the sturdy materials internally, creates a peaceful setting that stands the test of time.
Walkways, driveways, and garden paths are set with stone, then nature takes its course and the grass grows up between the stones. The outdoors is brought into a home decorated in the Tuscan style through timber, stone and colour.
An affordable division into two family homes nestled in the suburb of Oatlands, presents a contemporary development showcasing the natural materials allocated to contrast the outstanding dark render and cladding.
In another class , the dual occupancy provides exceptional living areas that easily transition into the private open space to take advantage of the afternoon sun.
Situated on a corner block in the suburb Tennyson Point, this contemporary detached dual occupancy proposes simple architectural forms, balanced with the glazed elements across the facade to both street frontages.
The corner site allows entry for both dwellings from different street frontages. The interior living spaces display a clean selection of materials that transition perfectly from the external facade.
Positioned on a large block presented by a 20 metre frontage to the street, this dual living development still provides residents the opportunity to entertain whilst maintaining favourably large blocks to both lots. The natural fall of the site provided the opportunity to introduced basements to reduce parking on a narrow street.
This juxtaposition of render and face brick emphasises the dominant building form to detach from the typical dual occupancy design.
Located within the evolving City of Parramatta, these apartments provide exceptional living and communal areas for the future residents. The balance of the unique building forms exemplify the contemporary mix of timber and render, broken generously with the greenery present extending from the environment surrounding.
The additional rooftop communal areas stem from the lifestyle of the City of Parramatta to create the connection between the people and the environment.
Proposed with 170 apartments located in the Blacktown CBD Growth Area, this 80 storey tower demonstrates a visionary for future development. The proposal indicates the ability to maintain maximum development potential whilst considering the environmental factors on the neighbouring buildings surrounding.
The separation of the tower creates two forms with a different typical floor plates, allowing solar access to the neighbouring development. The innovative approach of the communal areas keeps within the context of the site, as Blacktown CBD has over 24 hectares of parks within walking distance.