The Armadale Crescent residence makes the most of a north facing view across a valley to a local park with the foot print heavily influenced by the block shape.
Ross house sits proudly within a characteristically diverse heritage precinct. The bold form of Ross house is flanked by two low rendered forms that enhance the presence of the neighbouring dwellings and clearly demarcate the line between public and private spaces beyond.
The main intention of this open-floor family home project was to incorporate the external spaces into the social spaces of the house, bringing nature to the living areas. To enable this integration between spaces without losing privacy in the most intimate areas of the house, the main divisions between spaces were made through slatted wood folding doors.
The Wonderland Park Residence is nestled in the famous hills of Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles, CA. The Wonderland Park area is a special enclave of mid-century residences that include neighbors such as Case Study #21 by Pierre Koenig built in 1959.
The home predominantly faces the farmlands, a reservoir and the highlands, witness to the most color saturated sunsets. Living spaces are framed between two simple planes, framing the views as cleanly as possible.
A wide lot backing onto Ancaster Creek is the site for a intergenerational home for a family and their elderly parents. The house was conceived as two distinct residences, each formed into a linear bar containing the full program of a home.