This major alterations project entailed the complete rebuild of the rear of the house over 2 levels as well as the addition of the first floor. During the design process, the adjacent site was acquired and a new pool, tennis court and cabana and additional garage were incorporated into the design.
To break the scale of the building down, the design employed 3 pavilion-like structures with bridge links connecting the various spaces together. With the kitchen, meals, living room having a southerly orientation, a new roof light was designed to drop light into these spaces.
The roof light was carefully positioned whereby winter sun would not be blocked by the proposed first-floor addition. This light well drops light deep into the floor plan whilst also serving as a transition between the formal and more informal areas of the home
Builder: Reliant Constructions
Sharon and Kwan purchased their 1930s Pymble home with the aim to renovate. The home had good bones but features such as an external laundry and narrow garage meant that the home needed an upgrade for modern family living.
Bill is a developer with many years of experience in medium density housing. He has worked on a wide range of projects but in recent years his focus has been on SEPP Seniors living.
Lisa is a keen gardener. In fact her passion was so great that she left her career in corporate insolvency to move into landscape design. So when she renovated her 6500m2 estate in St Ives, she started with the garden.
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