Posts Tagged: Welsh and Major


The New and the Derelict: Respecting our State Heritage

Fitzroy Terrace is a Georgian terrace row, built in Redfern, Sydney c1845. It consists of seven separate terraces and is a state heritage item. While the front of the terrace row remains largely intact, the rear of the terrace row has seen varying degrees of adaptation, extension and reconfiguration.       The cottages, designed […]


Enhancing a Conservation Area

Architects Welsh + Major describe this design quite simply as “a house with tiles on it”.  Their brief from their client was to reinvigorate this 1920s Haberfield house for a family of four, re-instating the dignity of the original home and re-connecting it with new garden spaces.  Their response was to add a single-storey pavilion […]