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A hierarchy of volumes interplay with a transparent aesthetic without compromising the connection to external space. The central courtyard, composed of tectonic materials such as natural stone, hardwood timber decking and soft landscape reveals a dialogue between the stark white masonry walls at ground and the striking grey/blue brick above. Divisively positioned on the site, the courtyard was conceived as an added 'external living space', throwing light and providing cross ventilation at ground to the everyday internal living spaces. 


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Winner of the Masonry Build Award

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Concord in Sydney’s inner west has been dubbed the ‘parkland suburb’. Although it has many large homes, this site is a more modest 400 square metres.The two-level, four-bedroom house has a footprint of about 225 square metres. The interior of the lower level is comprehensively linked to the outdoors. The living area is flanked by a Japanese garden to the west and an east facing garden terrace, both accessed by folding doors. An internal courtyard leads to the pool, while the back lawn and deck are directly accessed from the dining and rumpus rooms respectively. The requirement for broad access to the garden and courtyard areas prompted the use of a substantial steel frame which supports cavity brickwork above.



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Conceptually, the transparent aesthetic and open floorplan promotes a democratic workplace by encouraging break out spaces, challenging the current status-quo of a personalized workspace. This gives the employer flexibility and project adaptive spaces to utilize. Removing the ceiling grid exposed the original warehouse ceiling and services.



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