The Elliott Ripper House project presents an appropriately simple and direct extrusion of an existing archetypal form within a sustainably modest footprint. Treated pine rusticated weatherboards extrapolate the existing material and finish found at the front of the house
Brett Boardman is a commercial photographer with a degree in architecture from the University of Sydney and is a key collaborator for Terroir. He graduated from Architecture at the University of Sydney and had a stunningly short career. Unable to escape architecture, he now spends all of his time photographing it.
Sung Dobson House is a single family house extended and renovated by Sam Crawford Architects in 2016. This Queen Anne Style bungalow sits within a heritage conservation area in Cremorne, requiring a sensitive approach to its alteration and extension. The existing house remains virtually unchanged, with its four grandly proportioned front rooms respectfully restored, whilst a very […]
Denney House is a renovation and extension project completed by Sam Crawford Architects, a design driven architectural practice based in the inner-west of Sydney, NSW. From the architect: The Denney House in Willoughby is finished, much to the relief of the Denney household. Drawing on the charm and richness of the much loved federation bungalow, the […]
Designed by architects Polly Harbison and Clinton Murray, the Balmoral Beach House is a robust concrete sculptural form and takes inspiration from Brutalism as much as art. Overlooking Balmoral Beach, Sydney, this new home is built with highly textured concrete walls. Inspired by the work of Artist Isamu Noguchi, the building is sculptural in nature […]
Llewellyn House is a project recently completed by Studioplusthree in Marrickville, Sydney. Description by Studioplusthree: Inviting life into a once-derelict Marrickville cottage, a complete renovation and new extension establishes living and rehearsal space for two musicians. A comfortable retreat set within a garden; original Federation interiors are restored in crisp white, whilst new elements are […]
Down Size Up Size House House is a residential project completed in 2016 by Carter Williamson Architects. Description by Carter Williamson Architects: Moving from a nearby apartment, our clients wanted a modest home they could settle into and begin a family. Natural lighting introduced to a dense and constrained site through strategically placed linear skylight, provides ample […]