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Foam Street House features the adaptive reuse and transformation of a cold, dark and inefficient 1915 Edwardian house into a warm and light filled family home that has direct connections to the outside.
Mays Beach House
Set on a windswept hillside overlooking Frederick Henry Bay the project evolved from a pragmatic response to the challenges of occupying an exposed often extreme coastal site. Born from these conditions the design robustly responds establishing the house as a ‘windbreak’ to the bay this gesture in turn creating a haven from the elements tucked in behind.
Cellar Door- Gasworks
The Gasworks Cellar Door, is a new business model in Tasmania, where wineries from across the state can showcase their products. The heritage building consists of three rooms each dedicated to describing the particularities of each of the three major Tasmanian wine regions — North, East & South and a central foyer is used to describe the history of wine-making in Tasmania.
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The extension to DeWitt House evolved from a desire to open up the rear of the heritage home to a lush secret garden at the back of the property. Each room has visual links to a garden space. Intimate garden frames …
The new extension to our Sandy Bay road house is coming to life. The existing house has been guttered underneath allowing the new bedroom insertions to slot in below. Blade walls have emerged from the ground framing unique views to the waterfront whilst maintaining privacy. …