Transforming a tired 1920’s Sydney bungalow into a modern oasis.

The challenge of the brief was to integrate the spatially asymmetrical rear additions with the existing rigid symmetry of the period home. Our response to this challenge was to blur the lines between what is walls and what is roof in order to create a harmonious exterior form and a seamless interior relationship.

The linking of the residence’s living spaces to the rear cabana and new pool, created a considered and intentional relationship between the indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Architecture & Interior Design: Borg Architects
Design Team: Martin Borg, Robert Scarfone & Tom Tang
Engineering: Partridge Partners
Builders: Capital Building
Landscape Design: A Total Concept
Landscape Contractors: Urban Escape
Photographer: Sue Murray