- Architects: Dankor Architecture
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Lead Architects: Dan Korman
- Builder: Ecost Design Construct
- Structural Engineer: David Landy Engineers
- Project Year: 2014
- Photographs: Dan Korman
Text description supplied through the architects. The general feeling of the home is dynamic motion – the façade is on a steep attitude reducing into the prevailing living and pulling clear of the unique development. The thought in the back of the proposed 3 bed room extension to a unmarried tale 1970s unmarried tale brick living, was once to include the unique design whilst concurrently making a daring new, recent, shape. We sought after to create a stress between the ‘previous’ current situation and proposed ‘new’ addition.
To proceed the strain between the unique constructed shape and the brand new extension we designed the trees lining forums on an attitude, reducing into the 1970s plastered partitions. Timber battens at the ceiling and internal partitions created a contrasted the white monochromatic internal of the unique living.
Finally, we needed to create a unbroken transition between internal and external. To accomplish that we designed the hollow space sliding doorways to seamlessly recessed into the façade and open each and every bed room immediately onto the backyard.