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This contemporary conversion in the leafy inner Brisbane suburb of Hawthorne preserves the façade and proportions of the original house, while doubling the available area and connecting the public spaces with the garden and northerly aspect.
Positioned as a split level to the rear of the site, a half flight of stairs leads to the public spaces downstairs, which benefit from double height volumes. The master suite above enjoys a garden outlook with an abundance of light and open space.
The interior is clean and crisp, with a focus on timber detailing over extravagant materials. The home has a seamless connection to outdoors, enhanced by a lap pool sliding into the side of the living space, with the presence of water felt throughout the ground level.
The end result of the design is a journey of exploration and discovery in a manner that allows the family to occupy different zones of the house while maintaining visual connection between the spaces and each other.
Scale: 338 m2 Addition
Categories: Private Residential