Extension and renovation of an existing semi-detached house to provide new primary bedroom space, additional living area and guest wing.

With axial views to the front garden and a private rear courtyard, garden areas are brought inward to the new living space, connecting to a double height nucleus.

Overlooking this central open core and set behind a glass wall, the bedroom is enclosed by an adjustable timber louvered box, allowing for various degrees of privacy.

A green roof over the living space visually links to the master bathroom, providing views out from the shower and additional growing area.

The guest and service wing add a dynamic form to the composition with the tapered wedge shape drawing the eye through the space and out into the adjoining garden. A shell-like interior serves as a backdrop to satellite fixtures and fittings, using concrete and raw materials to achieve a stark, muted colour palette.