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Simple Computer Render Of A The Design For Living Area Looking Onto A Garden
Simple Computer Render Of A The Design For Living Area Looking Onto A Garden
Simple Computer Render Of A The Design For A Balcony Overlooking A Courtyard
A Simple Coloured Line Drawing Of The Existing Cottage And Context On The Site Where The Hamilton Little Big House Is Located.
A Shaded Line Drawing Of The Hamilton Little Big House Between It's Neighbours. The Diagram Shows The Alignment Of The New Streetscape Fences With Adjacent Properties.
Image Of A Cardboard Model Of A House In Street Context.
Image Of A Cardboard Model Of A House In Street Context.
Image Of A Cardboard Model Of A House.
Simple Computer Render Of A The Design For Living Area Looking Onto A GardenSimple Computer Render Of A The Design For A Balcony Overlooking A CourtyardA Simple Coloured Line Drawing Of The Existing Cottage And Context On The Site Where The Hamilton Little Big House Is Located.A Shaded Line Drawing Of The Hamilton Little Big House Between It's Neighbours. The Diagram Shows The Alignment Of The New Streetscape Fences With Adjacent Properties.Image Of A Cardboard Model Of A House In Street Context.Image Of A Cardboard Model Of A House In Street Context.Image Of A Cardboard Model Of A House.

HAMILTON LITTLE BIG HOUSE
Residential, New House
2019 –

The design for this new home replaces a dysfunctional, uninsulated cottage on a dual fronted small lot. As the site’s favourable northern aspect is to the street the design works to be sympathetic to the existing streetscape built to boundary pattern whilst claiming the front territory as private outdoor space. This new front yard provides an garden entry arrival that connected to and extends the main living spaces. A central courtyard provides opportunity to scoop additional light into the deep lot at the point where the height of this simple form affords first floor bedrooms where private enclosed deck is provided to engage with the courtyard. The use of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) are selected as the primary material for insulation qualities and speed of construction. The simple built form allows for a time efficient, low maintenance build through the use of modular components. 

Project Team: Mark Spence, Louise Eddie, Amelia Tedder
Surveyor: Richard Hutchinson Surveying
Quantity Surveyor: Aplas Group

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