Spring House, Mosman, Sydney, NSW Modern Villa, Australian Residence, Architecture Photos
Spring House in Mosman, Sydney
20 Oct 2021
Architects: MCK Architecture & Interiors
Location: Mosman, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Spring is the season rewarded to those who brave the long winter. Similarly, the owners of this traditional home renovation and extension were rewarded after they endured a number of complications during the process to reach the finished product.
The bones of Spring House, the federation home addressing the street, were retained and enhanced whilst a modern rear addition was inserted at the end of the classic shotgun hallway.
This new addition comprised of floating bedroom box hovering above a Living zone skin, visually connects the inhabitants to the full extent of the rear yard and borrowed landscape.
The old and new are articulated by a modest central courtyard that not only separates the private and public zones of the home, but invites the natural light into the core of the plan illuminating a feature stair.
The palette of sandstone, blonde timbers and off-white concrete form the perfect backdrop to provide the space with an emotive sense of calm. Spring House is a modest insertion into Sydney’s ‘backyard’ architecture scene.
Spring House, Sydney – Building Information
Architects & Interior Architects: MCK Architecture & Interiors
Project size: 239 sqm
Site size: 557 sqm
Completion date: 2020
Building levels: 2
Photographer: Willem Rethmeier
Spring House in Mosman, Sydney images / information received 201021
Location: Mosman, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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