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* Residential Architecture: Castlecrag Residence by CplusC Architectural Workshop

Posted by the editors on Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Residential Architecture: Castlecrag Residence by CplusC Architectural Workshop: “..Australian studio CplusC Architectural Workshop has extended a house in a Sydney, Australia, suburb so that it looks like a doll’s house with the back wall taken off..A new black-stained timber canopy creates a roof and side walls around rooms and terraces on the ground and first floor, while glass walls slide open to connect the living room and kitchen to the garden..The discarded timber beams of the house’s original roof have been reused to construct the new family dining table, which overlooks an outdoor swimming pool..Reclaimed brick walls are exposed in the kitchen, where a cluster of pendant lights are suspended over a central breakfast counter..Bedrooms occupy the first floor and are shaded by the overhanging roof..”  Interesting interior volumes, materiality and details; extensive glazing, natural light; indoor / outdoor sensibility..

image: Murray Fredericks; article: Dezeen

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