Studio Feels Clontarf, NSW Real Estate Renovation Project, Australian Home Photos, Architecture
Studio Feels in Clontarf, NSW
8 Apr 2022
Design: Hobbs Jamieson Architecture
Location: Clontarf, NSW, Australia
Photos by Luc Remond
Studio Feels, NSW
The Studio Feels project involved a studio extension to the existing detached double garage on a large suburban block, to create a multi-purpose space and lower level sauna. The scope involved an addition consistent in scale with the lower level footprint displaying an architectural aesthetic in line with the original period detailing of the main home, and future renovation aspirations of the owners for the site.
The project focused on taking full advantage of the views toward the harbour and creating a tranquil, private self-contained space filled with light that can accommodate multiple uses, from extended family stays through to additional escape/ exercise space for the owners.
The result is a building that rests well in the context of the larger home on the site, responds to the desired aesthetic and creates a comfortable generous space to oversee the pool deck area and views beyond
What was the brief?
To create a light, open multi purpose studio space consistent with the desired future aesthetic for the main dwelling
What were the key challenges?
Managing the requirements for ‘flexibility and responding to a not yet finalised future aesthetic
Studio Feels in Clontarf, Australia – Building Information
Design: Hobbs Jamieson Architecture – https://hobbsjamieson.com.au/
Project size: 80 sqm
Site size: 1200 sqm
Project Budget: $450000
Completion date: 2022
Building levels: 2
Photography: Luc Remond
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