We have been fortunate to be given the opportunity to design a residence in Queens Park. Located in walking distance to Centennial Park , the residence is located along a tree lined street amongst a series of Californian bungalows and period heritage homes.
Our design aims to restore the existing residence to its former glory yet provide an contemporary addition that complements its proportions and provides its occupants with a place for modern day living. The design aims to flow between the old and new by the articulation of the proposed roof forms connection to the existing roof.
The rear addition is a split level configuration due to its natural topography and to allow the outdoor area to be connected on level ground. The curve rear facade as to the architectural drama yet is recessed to protect the solar access to its neighbours.
It is always bit of a challenge working in highly dense developed areas but we believe we think our proposal illustrate you can achieve good design yet be respectful to its context.
The property is located within Waverley Council and we have engaged a local town planner and heritage Architect to assist us on the project.
Queens Park House by Architect studioJLA – Waverley Council
This home located in Beecroft has been recently DA approved by Hornsby Council. The house has been designed with comfort in mind yet be provide open plan living in a contemporary home. The design takes advantage of its private bush settings and designed in a L configuration to allow for every room to take advantage of its northerly aspect.
Our Tennyson Point residence is taking shape, and the interiors in progress. The residence is well setback from the street which provides an appreciation of the residence and the various elements such as the grand entry with is soaring cantilevered roof.
The spotted gum timber cladding is well underway at our project in Castle Hill. After some to and fro about on whether to stain the timber cladding as our original idea. We thought it would be a shame to not express the material in its natural colour and its timber grain.