Architect, Interior Designer, Contract Administrator
This challenging inner-city terrace site was not only a slim 3.6m in width but also came with significant heritage overlays that required respectful resolution. The new two levels of bedroom and bathroom areas has been deliberately detached from the existing red brick terrace, clearly defining the old from the new, with a highly glazed, and recessed bridge link. A unique metal scale cladding, picking up on the existing slate shingles provides a contemporary interpretation of the surrounding tessellated roofing patterns. City views are maximized, and floor areas increased for a growing inner-city family.