Shot for Belle magazine, the house is a conversion of a small late 19th century timber clad workers cottage. The new section of the building also uses timber cladding but of a vertical type encasing a radical shape that maximised the building’s size while minimising overshadowing of neighbouring properties.
Camperdown Apartment by Alex VanderFroëchk of Studio Ventana shot for Habitus April issue 2016. The apartment in Sydney’s inner west was a total conversion of what had previously been used as a University of Sydney science laboratory. It was built by Telgrit with all internal cabinetry by master joiner Gary Galego and custom metalwork by Broens Engineering.
The Dangar Island House appeared in Country Style in the April 2016 issue. The timber house situated in a tranquil river setting features a laid-back mix of Danish, American and Japanese interior objects.
Featured in Vogue Living, this house was built by the owner himself over a period of 6 years. The design originated from a sketch by a friend of the owner, renown architect, Richard Leplastrier. It shows traditional Japanese influences along with building techniques from old Australian farm buildings.
Featured in Inside Out in 2013 and several times internationally since then, this 1940’s bungalow in Sydney’s Woollahra is a casual mix of ethnic finds and quality 20th century furniture. The owners have created a calm and friendly interior.
The home of two busy doctors and their three daughters, the interior shows their passion for contemporary art. The building was originally a frilly version of a Californian bungalow but was reworked by Sydney architects, Collins Turner, into a suitably minimalist art gallery-style space.