The unique 1910 home on this New Farm, Tasmania web site provided loads of attraction, however did not embrace its beneficiant backyard and mountain views.
Recognising these simultaneous strengths and shortcomings, Preston Lane Architects designed a brand new extension to soak within the solar, seize the mountains, and really feel immersed within the backyard.
The brand new extension is bigger, however not extensively so, and works with the property’s sloping web site to include a second entry, powder room, kitchen, eating, and dwelling space. In contrast to the earlier lean-to that was elevated above floor, this new construction sits within the backyard, showing to be ‘hugged’ by established crops exterior.
‘Condensing the footprint stored the backyard intact – offering areas for crops, cartwheels and their canine to discover,’ says Daniel Lane, director and architect at Preston Lane Architects.
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