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A contemporary extension to a home built in the 1920s, the relationship between the old and the new was key to the success of this architectural design.
The small insular spaces of the original home open up to a large open plan extension which has a strong connection to the backyard. Whilst there is a spatial difference between the old and new areas of the house, there is a feeling of continuity obtained through the use of a unified finishes palette.
The extension is long and thin to maximise access to natural light for both the extension and the existing home. The backyard is also zoned and reflects the activities in the adjacent internal spaces.
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