Bounce House : Renovation
The key design move for this small inner west renovation was to bounce northern light into the interior living spaces.
An enlarged angular eave fascia acts as the reflector which in turn relies on the neighbours wall to illuminate the kitchen, living and dining through windows set within a wall of joinery.
The 1.5m wide side passage is deliberately linked to both the living spaces and the rear yard to increase the sense of space on the small site.
The front portions of the dwelling were also renovated and included two wet areas and a new bedroom. A bespoke ceiling profile has ensured the internal bathroom is a delightful light-filled room.
Architect: DANIEL STUKEL BEASLY
Builder: ELLIS CONSTRUCTIONS
Certifier: ANTHONY PROTAS CONSULTING
Builder: MARCH CONSTRUCTIONS
Structural Engineer: BIRZULIS ASSOCIATES
Certifier: BUILDING CERTIFIERS AUSTRALIA
Photography Upper Images: Sarah Braden Photography
Photography Lower Images: Gez Xavier Mansfield
Photography Construction: Daniel Stukel Beasly
Juliett Street, Enmore, NSW
Construction complete 2013
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