Ferry RoadContemporary Exterior, Sydney
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1. Commentator: Simon Anderson, director at Anderson ArchitectureLocation: Glebe, NSWApproximate width: 3.8 metres (at its widest)Who lives here: A coupleDescribe the house: A two-storey infill house with a modest detached garage and a first-floor studioBeds and baths: Two bedrooms, three bathrooms and a studio bedsit
11. Offset squares. Sydney, NSWDesigner: Anderson Architecture
32. Location: Sydney, NSWDesigner: Anderson ArchitectureFeatures: A classic Sydney terrace reimagined in black steel and timber.
Images by Tom FergusonWho lives here: A coupleLocation: Sydney, NSWSize: 140 square metres with two bedrooms and two bathroomsArchitect: Anderson ArchitectureBuilder: Invue HomesLandscape designer: Gecko Plantscapes The original terrace could be demolished due to having little residual architectural or heritage value, however, the council required the new build retain the look of a terrace house. Anderson Architecture designed a contemporary form of the traditional terrace, incorporating its defining characteristics, such as the covered porch and projecting balcony. Robbie Renu from Gecko Plantscapes created a native bee hotel on the wall of the front garden. The hotel has created a buzz in the neighbourhood and local pollinators are slowly taking up residence.Anthra-Zinc cladding: VMZinc; FSC-certified blackbutt timber to front door