— The challenge of this new home was to fit a generous design onto a compact site. Outside, this meant using every inch of space, yet still retaining a sense of grandeur and openness, such as in the daybed which overhangs the pool. Tundra limestone served as a strong, neutral base used on the front façade of the home, extending through the interior spaces to the rear garden and posts, while white render, black metal work and timber battens added fine detailing and warmth.
Sentinel Road Renovation » archipro.co.nz
One of the most challenging aspects of renovating an older home is the fact that you never know what to expect once you start pulling it apart.Parts of the house may be structurally unsound, and more often that not, this applies to previous add-ons and alterations.This character Herne Bay bungalow, restored by Jessop Architects, is a case in point. Piecemeal alterations over the years had not done the home any favours. The former lean-to at the rear of the property, for example, turned out…
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