LILYFIELD 01

The work gives back to the street with no barrier or intermediary form. The work unashamedly imposes itself on the public realm and is in some ways owned by it's environment rather than by the individual. This public aspect of the work is an idea that has developed thorough several of Nobbs Radford Architects' projects.
The addition explores ideas of architecture as object with reference to products the practice enjoys including the simple angular lines of 1960s and 70s product design.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Claudia Hutchinson • Builder: Dorahy Constructions • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Photography: Murray Fredericks

LILYFIELD 01

The work gives back to the street with no barrier or intermediary form. The work unashamedly imposes itself on the public realm and is in some ways owned by it's environment rather than by the individual. This public aspect of the work is an idea that has developed thorough several of Nobbs Radford Architects' projects.
The addition explores ideas of architecture as object with reference to products the practice enjoys including the simple angular lines of 1960s and 70s product design.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Claudia Hutchinson • Builder: Dorahy Constructions • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Photography: Murray Fredericks

LILYFIELD 01

The work gives back to the street with no barrier or intermediary form. The work unashamedly imposes itself on the public realm and is in some ways owned by it's environment rather than by the individual. This public aspect of the work is an idea that has developed thorough several of Nobbs Radford Architects' projects.
The addition explores ideas of architecture as object with reference to products the practice enjoys including the simple angular lines of 1960s and 70s product design.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Claudia Hutchinson • Builder: Dorahy Constructions • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Photography: Murray Fredericks

LILYFIELD 01

The work gives back to the street with no barrier or intermediary form. The work unashamedly imposes itself on the public realm and is in some ways owned by it's environment rather than by the individual. This public aspect of the work is an idea that has developed thorough several of Nobbs Radford Architects' projects.
The addition explores ideas of architecture as object with reference to products the practice enjoys including the simple angular lines of 1960s and 70s product design.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Claudia Hutchinson • Builder: Dorahy Constructions • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Photography: Murray Fredericks

LILYFIELD 01

The work gives back to the street with no barrier or intermediary form. The work unashamedly imposes itself on the public realm and is in some ways owned by it's environment rather than by the individual. This public aspect of the work is an idea that has developed thorough several of Nobbs Radford Architects' projects.
The addition explores ideas of architecture as object with reference to products the practice enjoys including the simple angular lines of 1960s and 70s product design.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford, Claudia Hutchinson • Builder: Dorahy Constructions • Structural Engineer: Partridge Structural • Photography: Murray Fredericks