Our proposed alterations and additions to an existing 1970’s residence on Barons Crescent in Hunters Hill was recently DA approved. The proposal included the reconfiguration of the existing residence over two levels to provide additional accommodation for growing family. The design provides external outdoor areas for entertaining friends and family while retaining its views towards Lane Cove River.
We like to thank Nicole England for taking the time to shoot our residence in Henley. The extension which includes reconfiguration of an kitchen and dining area and the addition of a sun room illustrates minor extensions can transform a space. The extension includes a sun room with a cascading bi-stacking doors to allow the space to be used a both an enclosed or outdoor space. We look forward to seeing Nicole’s photos over the coming weeks.
Henley Residence by studioJLA ( Architect )
Our proposed alterations and additions to an existing dwelling in Five Dock located along the Bay Run,was recently DA approved by Canada Bay Council. The extension makes better use of the existing layout and with an extension that provides an open plan living and a seamless connection to the outdoors and pool.
We are currently working with our client with a heritage listed residence in Epping. The extension centres around a courtyard which has been carefully positioned to receive the northerly aspect which allows for light to maximised within the dwelling. The rear extension transitions over a series of steps following the contours of the land to allow for a seamless connection to it outdoor courtyard providing a higher ceiling space over the living areas.
Epping House by studioJLA ( Architect )