Architects Stonewood Design were tasked with bringing some harmony to this 1930’s detached home, that had been poorly extended over a number of years.
A single garage, along with all of the structure to the right of the Bay window was demolished. The concrete floor was excavated and insulation added. Reclaimed Ashlar was sourced to match that of the existing bay window. The stone work along with stunning leadwork and bronze casement windows have brought much needed unity to the house.
Internally, dark parquet flooring flow throughout much of the ground floor that contrasts superbly with the bright carpets up to the first floor.
Architects – Stonewood Design
Photography – Craig Auckland