A classic Nedlands 1920's 'Californian Bungalow' residence has had a modern resurrection. Once through the beautifully restored original house, a magnificent Gallery takes you past the 12m swimming pool through to the contemporary casual living areas flushed with northern light from large glazed walls and vertical clerestory windows.
A traditional 1920 weatherboard and iron roof home on a corner site, presented the perfect opportunity to modernise the accommodation into an informal family friendly home. The additions built around a north facing swimming pool Courtyard, the elegant use of sympathetic materials gives a seamless connection to the original home.
Providing contemporary accommodation to a classic 1920's residence in the heart of Mosman Park proved to be a rewarding exercise. A corner site allowed for secondary street access for vehicles as well as providing a private north facing courtyard/garden area. Contemporary interpretation of the architecture allowed for a sympathetic use of materials such as limestone, weatherboard and colorbond corrugated roofing.