Chamfer Home by Stukel Structure







Chamfer Home is an extension to an current semi-detached Federal-style home in Sydney, Australia, by Stukel Structure.





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Description

Chamfer home stealthily integrates a first-floor addition to an current federation model semi-detached dwelling positioned in Sydney’s inner-west. The ‘chamfer’ was impressed by the 45deg geometry of the prevailing tiled roof and permits the constructing to reduce its presence to the streetscape while maximizing its orientation to make the most of summer time and winter solar angles. On the decrease degree, the ‘pop-up’ window over the kitchen and eating zones cleverly frames a view to a mature and really current tree cover within the rear courtyard. A double peak void serves as a central inner connecting system, offering a lot wanted mild to the residing, kitchen and eating zones under.

On the higher degree, excessive degree home windows mild up a generously sized bed room while chamfered partitions playfully conceal a hidden en-suite and supply a connection again to the streetscape.

The higher and decrease ranges are interconnected by a winding staircase and inner balcony linking the private and non-private zones. The inner balcony additionally serves as an intimate viewing platform to gaze over the deciduous tree cover.

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– by Matt Watts



Tags


  • Australia/
  • Extension/
  • Redesign/
  • Semi-detached home/
  • Stukel Structure/
  • Sydney



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