Our project in Strathfield was recently completed. The split level configuration was in response to its sloping topography and to allow solar access throughout the residence.
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.
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.
We are in the process of finalising the design for our residence in Eastwood. The design is a reflection of a close collaboration between owner and architect to achieve a design that celebrates both it’s form and function.
The angular layout is in response to an easement which dissects the property at approximately 45 degree angle. The design aims to express the layout into the various forms and architectural elements to provide its client with a comfortable yet an inspiring home for the family.
Much like an artwork, time was taken to explore the various ideas to ensure all design elements read in harmony with one another with the expression of the spaces reflected both inside and out.
Eastwood residence by studioJLA ( Architect )