Modern two-storey residence designed in 2011 by Simon Couchman Architects situated in Elsternwick, Australia.
Description by Simon Couchman Offering household lodging on this small heritage-restricted nook website in Elsternwick required an answer that was outdoors of the sq.. A up to date 2-storey construction has been constructed to the rear of the prevailing cottage clad in contrasting darkish zinc to attract a really deliberate line between new and previous. The exterior type of the brand new constructing mirrors the define of the prevailing however is offset and hovers over the previous roof separated by a band of glazing that wraps round it. The higher degree loft-fashion youngsters’s bedrooms incorporate a shared rest room, absolutely enclosed north-dealing with balconies and entry to a storage space inside the present roof area. Main bedroom to the entrance of the home opens into a brand new en-suite toilet with free-standing tub naturally lit by overhead roof mild glazing. Zinc pods protruding from the south, blind aspect of the constructing accommodate laundry and maximise space for storing inside the home. A brand new kitchen / eating / dwelling space to the rear of the home opens out to non-public, timber deck and concrete backyard by way of full peak sliding glass doorways.
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