The Creek House by Shaun Lockyer Architects
The Creek House draws its motivation from the neighborhood vernacular of block and tin houses on a vast verdant piece in the Kenmore Hills. The outline included a noteworthy re-invigoration and augmentation to what was an extremely basic yet encouraging house.
The new work opens the essential living spaces out toward the north offering sees and engagement with the normal stream environs which offers an advantageous asylum from the city adjacent. A rich however basic palette of stone and timber draws in with the common surroundings, whilst the transparent white dividers offer a negligible and clean counterpoint to the quick connection.
The result is an impression of a great coordinated effort between trusting customers that have known us for quite a while, and their child who expertly executed the built.
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