Major alterations and additions were made to an existing 1940’s cottage, transforming a dated, dark, small house with poor relationship to its garden into a light filled, energy efficient, contemporary family home.
The house was re-planned with a split-level addition to the rear. This allowed the new kitchen and family room to open directly to a covered entertaining deck in the garden and maximised the potential of the site fall to provide a new laundry, cellar and store at the lowest level.
A large ventilated sky window was integrated into the design of the new stairwell in the centre of the house. This formed a linking element between the old and new portions of the house and brought natural light and ventilation into the heart of the house.
Sharon and Kwan purchased their 1930s Pymble entertainer 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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