“Flower cage house” is a former housing estate size 60 sq.wa with internal area of 300 sq.m. The owner wants to renovate the house that was over 10 years to provide space that suit the needs to its full capacity.
Project: Polzeath Beach House Architects: McLean Quinlan Architects Interior Design: McLean Quinlan, Jam Interiors Structural Engineer: Frank Van Loock Associates Location: Polzeath, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom Year 2019 Photography: Jim Stephenson Looking out over the North Cornish coast nests a bespoke family beach house with commanding views over the panoramic surfing beach at Polzeath. The […]
On a heavily wooded site, down a gravel road in the heart of a suburban neighborhood, lies the Parks Residence. The house blends into the surrounding forest through the use of subdued materials and reflection …
Looking to the future, the clients required a house capable of a multi-generational family dynamic including their teenage children, Timba the dog and older parents who frequently visit from overseas but will eventually join them permanently.
Mum and Dad, our clients, also wanted to be able to have visual connection to the kids both inside and outside of the Peekaboo house, but also be able to have privacy when required.
The Fig Tree Pocket 60s House was an exercise in breathing new life into a tired and poorly renovated 1960s house. The original house was typical of its time – flat roof, low ceiling, central clerestory windows.