Residential Architecture: Mountford Road by Shaun Lockyer Architects: “..a small but dramatic intervention into a 1950’s post war house..maximising the north light and engagement with the external environment.. a double height timber clad extruded space that was punctuated by high and low north windows which offered controlled views and free access to light and sun. The rear wall of the “pod” forms an aperture to a pre-existing established garden court that forms a rich but calm backdrop to the minimal, stark space. The scale of the space is also varied between the older, more compressed living room to the liberated volumes of the new..” Renovation and addition, natural light, indoor/outdoor sensibility, privacy, interior volumes, wood cladding, extensive glazing..
See our post on another home by Shaun Lockyer Architects: Residential Architecture: Gibbon Street House by Shaun Lockyer Architects.
image: © Aperture Photography; article: Ross , Kritiana . “Mountford Road / Shaun…
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