Brick Courtyard House is located within Sydney’s Western suburbs, an area typified by post-war brick cottages, and increasingly peppered by unsympathetic project home development. Unique to the site is the presence of a forested lake reserve.
Benjamin Hosking Photography
Benjamin Hosking is an Architectural Photographer from Melbourne, Australia. He studied photography at RMIT, and has worked as a freelancer in the field since 2008. His work has been published both locally and internationally by publishing houses such as Taschen, Gestalten and Thames and Hudson.
LOCATION: Melbourne, Australia
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Located in a major tech suburb of Bangalore, that until 15 years ago was open farmland, this project strives to create a quiet retreat for a young family of five in an otherwise densely populated and unplanned community.
This Australian contemporary house is located in a bushfire prone area and responds to the potential direct fire threat by providing a solid (fire-rated) interface in that location.
Whispering Smith’s House A is a challenge to the status quo of housing in Perth. The sustainable apartment-house hybrid is designed for small lots and uses commercial materials in an innovative way to achieve a tight footprint and carbon neutral status.
The project is driven by the clients vision to restore and preserve a beautiful doubly storey weatherboard bungalow in Williamstown.
The Willisdene house leverages Australia’s largest latent asset – the stereotypical backyard – to create a new heart for the dwelling and family, re-conceptualise the relationship between the house and garden, and to embed landscape in the ritual of everyday life.