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 adjacent interior spaces via new openings and operable glazing. Split-level circulation and sunken living areas accentuate the natural topography of the site. A new diagonal butterfly roof was built over the entire house to re-direct and consolidate all rainwater run-off into undercroft storage tanks whilst at the same time opening up the new living areas to ocean views.
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