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  • Open House

    This addition marks the departure from confined space towards a reworking of family living on a tight block. >>

  • Tangram Terrace

    Its not often you get to re-work conventions and unravel the past. The typology of the terrace was treated like a tangram puzzle. >>

  • The Lily Pad

    It’s not often that the luxuries of space in an inner city location presents itself so generously, but the Lily Pad is just that: one big open pad. >>

  • The Pavilion

    As a place for fun and entertainment that can also portray a sense of peace and tranquillity. >>

  • The Bongalow

    As the kids were getting bigger, a teenage hideout was called for to keep domestic bliss in check. Dad longed for his man shed where solitary sanity can be restored. >>

  • Nagzarro House

    This addition to a Californian bungalow was designed as a parental retreat, complete with a secret room that overlooks the garden. >>

  • Camper House

    With its layers of history still evident, the Seddon house project was an invitation to add the next chapter in the story of user needs. >>

  • Daydream Holidays

    This family’s backyard has been upgraded to become a sophisticated set of resort-style activities. >>