This project is a case of doing little and making a big impact. Essentially a simple renovation it has had a huge impact on the occupiers of the building. The scope included demolishing two internal walls and constructing an internal wall and two external decks yet.
Where the floor plan was once disjointed with many disconnected rooms the house now flows effortlessly from the front deck all the way to the backyard. The renovation was sympathetic to the history of the original house and maintains its relaxed character + detailing.
In the words of the client, the "house has been transformed from a traditional timber cottage with lots of small pokey rooms, into a much more free-flowing and open-planned home. It has really changed the way the space is used - far more relaxed and connected. The new front deck allows for both the front and rear gardens to be enjoyed. The home is far more welcoming with great street appeal'.
Photographer: Justin Aaron Photography