Box-Like Rear Extension in Wood Adds Functional Modernity to this Brick House

When it comes to makeovers for aging, classic homes, it is always the rear extension that comes to your rescue and does so without altering the street faade one bit. This is an important aspect of overall design in localities where conservation rules demand that the street faade be left unaltered. This is just what you get with the box-styled rear wooden extension of this old brick house in Sydney. The Bronte House revamped and extended into the yard by Archer Office turns to a smart upper level extension that feels like a cozy wooden enclosure. Below it lies the living area, kitchen and dining on the lower level.


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