CLOVELLY

A Sydney coastal suburb version of the New Zealand “bach” bigger and bolder whilst retaining the core ideals of robust materiality. Siberian Larch fine profiled cladding and exterior screen elements are well suited to withstand the environment without the need for additional treatments and will be allowed to grey with time. The forms are a series of intersection interior and exterior spaces which create a home both intimate and expansive. Commencement of construction by mid 2013.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Trevor Black, Ben Christensen • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Geotechnical Engineer: J+K

CLOVELLY

A Sydney coastal suburb version of the New Zealand “bach” bigger and bolder whilst retaining the core ideals of robust materiality. Siberian Larch fine profiled cladding and exterior screen elements are well suited to withstand the environment without the need for additional treatments and will be allowed to grey with time. The forms are a series of intersection interior and exterior spaces which create a home both intimate and expansive. Commencement of construction by mid 2013.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Trevor Black, Ben Christensen • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Geotechnical Engineer: J+K

CLOVELLY

A Sydney coastal suburb version of the New Zealand “bach” bigger and bolder whilst retaining the core ideals of robust materiality. Siberian Larch fine profiled cladding and exterior screen elements are well suited to withstand the environment without the need for additional treatments and will be allowed to grey with time. The forms are a series of intersection interior and exterior spaces which create a home both intimate and expansive. Commencement of construction by mid 2013.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Trevor Black, Ben Christensen • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Geotechnical Engineer: J+K

CLOVELLY

A Sydney coastal suburb version of the New Zealand “bach” bigger and bolder whilst retaining the core ideals of robust materiality. Siberian Larch fine profiled cladding and exterior screen elements are well suited to withstand the environment without the need for additional treatments and will be allowed to grey with time. The forms are a series of intersection interior and exterior spaces which create a home both intimate and expansive. Commencement of construction by mid 2013.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Trevor Black, Ben Christensen • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Geotechnical Engineer: J+K