Warrandyte Riverside House was originally designed in the 1960’s by Architect Davis S Gordon for his family, with what we suspect, was a nod to McGlashan and Everist’s award winning Heide II of the era.
Adie Courtney Architect
Adie Courtney studied Architecture at RMIT, graduating with Honours in 1989. After University, she worked with Norman Day Architect, enjoyed a short stint in the New York office of Robert Stern making models, and spent some years as Architect and Design Office Manager at The Splinter Group with Alex Recht. She established her own Architectural Practice in 1994.
We develop designs for homes that have a timeless appeal – they are tasteful, warm and inviting. The design is informed by the client brief, site context, and environmental factors. Passive Energy Design; with consideration of solar orientation, good ventilation, thermal mass, and insulation is a given for any project. Our Architecture Studio aims to use local and Australian made materials, reclaimed and environmentally sustainable materials whenever possible. We create spaces that allow quiet reflection, and others that encourage active participation. The outside spaces are as important to us as the interior, and particular attention is paid to the interface between the two. Our most important goal is the creation of a friendly home.
Location: North Warrandyte, Victoria, Australia
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