Within the phrases of architect Rob Kennon, Elwood Bungalow is a challenge that depends on the thought of subtracting house, as a lot as including it.
Fairly than retain the property’s overshadowed yard surrounded by neighbours, Rob Kennon Architects noticed a chance to carve house from this space for the extension round a central courtyard, designed in shut collaboration with Eckersley Backyard Structure. This low-lying addition builds sq. as much as all three of the property’s rear boundaries, and subtracts a circle backyard out from the center, creating an inward ground plan that appears onto itself.
‘They had been an open-minded shopper who didn’t include any preconceived concepts of what they wished. They simply gave us the chance to resolve this downside that the rear of the block was overshadowed and missed,’ says Rob.
The addition’s planning is harking back to Roy Grounds’ Hill Road Home (circa 1954) in Toorak,