Bruce Stafford Architects have completely renovated an existing house that was originally an 80′s style multi-tenancy building in Sydney, Australia.
Only the external walls were retained to comply with the approved council envelope.
A completely new look for the house was designed, both inside and out. Dramatic views of the harbor and the site’s natural amenities were maximized.
By admin • Mar 14, 2011
According to RT Edgar, this two bedroom, one bathroom home is “situated only moments from Hawksburn Village and formerly the stables of a Wheel-Wright.
The 120 year old building is now a totally unique, uber cool, private and enchanting home with a private and secluded walled garden.
Upon entering the stables you are presented with high vaulted ceilings and exposed trusses, huge open plan living and dining with open fireplace, entire 1st floor master suite, 2nd double bedroom or study/library, separate dressing room, chef’s kitchen with a massive 13 foot long American cherry wood bench and large master bathroom with elevated spa.”
By admin • Mar 2, 2011
Bruce Stafford Architects have completely renovated the K3 Vaucluse House in Sydney, Australia.
The inner courtyard all covered with Brazilian wood is simply amazing!
According to the architects, “this dramatic renovation centres around a spacious internal courtyard defined by natural rock face and lush vegetation. Large sliding glass doors in the main living area enable a seamless flow between inside and outside.
This Contemporary house was build in 2008 and designed by Corben Architects.
Located on Warringah Road in Sidney, Australia, this single-family residence was built in 2008, and has four bedrooms.
The architects designed this three-story house (3,800 sq ft) to take maximum advantage of outstanding views over Middle Harbour and maintain absolute privacy to the adjacent neighbors.