While living in Sydney Australia between 2005 - 2006 Natasha McCoy worked at Stanic Harding Architects NSW.
This project forms an addition to a Californian bungalow located in a conservation zone under North Sydney Councils controls. With a design solution to make changes that involved inserting a legible contemporary addition into the roof plane.
The idea was to use the accepted method of insertion and addition via contrast to its full effect. The asymmetrical addition was designed to balance and compliment the existing silhouette.
The rear yard being higher that the ground floor level, and the low nature of the addition meant that there is a strong dialogue between the rear yard and the interior.
Bespoke interior joinery, and detailed internal modification ultimately lead to a unique and excitably livable award winning house.
Title: McMahons Point - Sydney
Location: Sydney Australia
Floor Area: 95sq/m
Stanic Harding Architects
2008 raia architecture award -interior architecture
2007 master builders association home unit renovation award
2007 interior design awards finalist