A House With Tiles On It
Presented with an existing Federation house – a freestanding bungalow that had been unsympathetically added to in the sixties or seventies – our brief was to reinvigorate the home for a family of four. The result reinstates the dignity of the original home and re-connects with its site and context.
A new pavilion now re-aligns floor levels and redistributes living spaces to link the house with new winter and summer garden spaces. The pavilion from a distance reads as a terracotta volume, shaped by surrounding ridge lines and building setbacks: it acts as a stitch in the streetscape, responding to the requirements of context using a familiar palette.
Landscape Architecture by Carmichael Studios.
Wangal and Gadigal Land / Haberfield, NSW
2014 ThinkBrick Roof Tile Excellence Award
2012 Houses Awards High Commendation - Heritage