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Castle Cove alterations is a rear extension project of a family home in northern Sydney. The project involved the renovation of a 1970’s home to render it more suitable to the needs of family. The existing home did not relate to the sites slope or orientate to take advantage of passive solar design. 
Project name
Castle Cove Alterations
Architecture firm
Chung Architects
Location
Castle Cove, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Andrew Chung
The house is built entirely of concrete with a deliberately indeterminate form with no clear geometric figure – powerful on the one hand but equally never challenging the centrality of the landscape. The platform led to a clear arrangement of program – private functions downstairs and to the rear, and the gathering spaces for the family on the upp...
Project name
Castle Cove House
Architecture firm
Terroir
Location
Castle Cove, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Brett Boardman Photography
Circular Economy Villages (or CEVs) is a systems-based approach to living and land regeneration developed by Dr Steven Liaros, a town planner and political economist, together with water engineer Nilmini De Silva, directors of Australian town planning consultancy PolisPlan.
Project name
Spiral Village
Architecture firm
Valentino Gareri Atelier
Location
Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D
The Extruded House is a bespoke design peculiar to the idiosyncrasies of the lives it seeks to provide shelter to. It is in it’s absolute modesty and simplicity that the Extruded House captures both the eye of the inhabitant and the design savvy public.
Project name
Extruded House
Architecture firm
MCK Architects
Location
Neutral Bay, NSW, Australia
Photography
Willem Rethmeier
The Farmhouse is located in the beautiful region of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, south-west from Sydney near Bowral and only one hour from Sydney.
Project name
Farmhouse
Location
Bowral, Southern Highlands, New South Wales, Australia
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Wagstaffe House is the realisation of a dream to live in the trees overlooking the water. The layout consists of public and private wings that create a raised courtyard, open on one side to frame the view and create a place of refuge from the elements.
Project name
Wagstaffe House
Architecture firm
buck&simple: doers of stuff
Location
Wagstaffe, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Simon Whitbread