2015 – 2017 This project is an alterations and additions to an early 1900s two bedroom single-storey semi-detached house. Our client, a builder/developer, approached us with an existing planning approval for the property and engaged us to complete the detail design … Continue reading
2007 – 2015 A new roof garden and pavilion have been added to the top of an early twentieth century, Arts and Crafts style building. The project includes the on-going restoration of the original architecture. Our client approached us shortly … Continue reading
2008 – 2014 This project involved extensive interior alterations to an existing 1990s three-storey house in Sydney’s Lower North Shore. The client requested a complete reconfiguration of their existing home. Our approach for the house was to retain the original … Continue reading
2008 – 2011 The site for this house is closely bounded by residential units to the south-west and the Piano Factory warehouse apartment conversion to the north. The west and east offer framed views to established trees and green streetscape … Continue reading
2005 – 2012 Our clients are empty-nesters who wanted to convert their 1940s three-bedroom apartment into a one-bedroom home with a flexible AV/guest room. The existing warren of dark rooms were opened up to reveal glorious views of Sydney Harbour … Continue reading
2006 – 2008 Alterations and additions to a 1970’s courtyard house on the headland reserve at North Curl Curl in Sydney. The original configuration of the house was largely retained whilst a stronger connection was established between the courtyard and … Continue reading
2008 Photographer’s House is designed for a young family in Mosman, Sydney. The site is on a busy arterial road where there is restricted vehicular access. Our proposal skews the garage plan into a parallelogram which allows for safer access … Continue reading
2005 – 2006 This project involved alterations and additions to a 1960s three-storey concrete-block house overlooking Palm Beach. The concrete walls, anchored into the steep site, were left intact and used to support a new lightweight steel frame, with new … Continue reading
2003 – 2006 Design work of Engelen Moore. Co-director: Tina Engelen. Project architects: Will Fung and Claire Meller. Photography © 2006 Rodney Mattler. All rights reserved.
1994 – 1995 Design work of Engelen Moore. Co-director: Tina Engelen. Photography © 1995 Ross Honeysett. All rights reserved.