Posts Tagged: Federation Style

Early Federation Garden Apartment

Our client couple required a reworking of their collection of Asian and European furniture and a considerable art collection in a Federation garden maisonette setting. Once we had arranged repairs to the lead light window and tessellated flooring, we focus on settling the furniture into the house by layering it with patterned wallpapers and fabrics. […]

An Altered Federation Dwelling

This Federation house lies in a beautiful Heritage conservation area. The house had been renovated in the 90s and its contemporary overlay was tired and no longer felt contemporary! The brief was to create its now lost Federation street frontage, incorporating the second storey addition. To this end, we replaced the large glass doors on […]

State Listed Maisonette Flat in The Rocks

This State Heritage listed maisonette forms part of an important example of Federation purpose built public housing. Built by the State as model housing for workers, it is considered a benchmark in the development of public housing and residential flat development in Australia. We were brought in to provide all aspects of heritage consulting and […]

A Smart Relocation

This project is a renovation and extension of an early 20th Century terrace house located in Pott Point Sydney. The owners, who had moved to Sydney from Hong Kong, asked the architect William mart of Smart Design Studio to create a variety of multi-use spaces, to suit their everyday needs as well as providing short […]

Inside Outside Inside

This project. designed by Architects EAT and located in Canterbury, Victoria, involved the restoration of an existing Edwardian house, minor demolition of the rear, with new addition suspended above the ground on columns. The construction, completed in 2010, took 18 months, and won the 2010 Royal Australian Institute of Architects Victorian chapter award for residential alternations and additions. […]

Inspired By Grace

Cossington, the childhood home of Australian artist Grace Cossington Smith has been thoughtfully restored and renovated by architect Jorge Hrdina. The original home is locally listed and is located in a conservation area.       The significance of the house, located in Sydney’s north shore, relates to its historical associations with the Neutral Bay Company Land […]