Set along a ridgeline amidst dramatic mountain views, 8,259 square foot Ridge House thoughtfully blends the old and new through the renovation of an existing 1960s structure.
A House for All Seasons is a contemporary house designed for the evolving needs of a young family within the context of a heritage streetscape in inner-city Melbourne. The design of the form and facades of the house was carefully calibrated to the grain, scale and materiality of neighbouring dwellings.
The Balmoral House is located within the lower north-shore suburb of Balmoral. The site presents many difficulties being wedged shaped, on the low side of the street, hemmed in by two substantial existing houses and with just half the land area of its neighbours.
The village of Hrusice near Prague is inherently connected with the work of famous Czech painter and writer Josef Lada, who was once acclaimed also by Pablo Picasso and who was born here.
The transformation of a 1950’s suburban ranch house began with a search for a property without covenants or restrictions common to many of the residential neighborhoods that were located within clients targeted area.
The design of the West Los Angeles Residence begins with the story of its inhabitants. Two families had become one, and they needed a space that could meet the needs of their new family. The architect and owner Clive Wilkinson had two young children, and his wife Elisabeth had a 13-year-old daughter.