MIDDLE COVE

The project is a reinterpretation of a 1960s Pettit + Sevitt house in Sydney’s Middle Cove area. The house was a simple split level type that whilst offering a lot of potential underutilised the site and spatial possibilities of the existing floor plan. Nobbs Radford Architects have created a open and functional home that respects the original house whilst creating a sense of openness. The pallete incorporates materials, colour and textures that reflect both the period of the house and a current outlook such as black stone, black concrete slab, areas of intense colour in the kitchen and bathrooms. It was considered important to create an addition that referenced the original whilst setting itself as a new form.

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

MIDDLE COVE

The project is a reinterpretation of a 1960s Pettit + Sevitt house in Sydney’s Middle Cove area. The house was a simple split level type that whilst offering a lot of potential underutilised the site and spatial possibilities of the existing floor plan. Nobbs Radford Architects have created a open and functional home that respects the original house whilst creating a sense of openness. The pallete incorporates materials, colour and textures that reflect both the period of the house and a current outlook such as black stone, black concrete slab, areas of intense colour in the kitchen and bathrooms. It was considered important to create an addition that referenced the original whilst setting itself as a new form.

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

MIDDLE COVE

The project is a reinterpretation of a 1960s Pettit + Sevitt house in Sydney’s Middle Cove area. The house was a simple split level type that whilst offering a lot of potential underutilised the site and spatial possibilities of the existing floor plan. Nobbs Radford Architects have created a open and functional home that respects the original house whilst creating a sense of openness. The pallete incorporates materials, colour and textures that reflect both the period of the house and a current outlook such as black stone, black concrete slab, areas of intense colour in the kitchen and bathrooms. It was considered important to create an addition that referenced the original whilst setting itself as a new form.

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

MIDDLE COVE

The project is a reinterpretation of a 1960s Pettit + Sevitt house in Sydney’s Middle Cove area. The house was a simple split level type that whilst offering a lot of potential underutilised the site and spatial possibilities of the existing floor plan. Nobbs Radford Architects have created a open and functional home that respects the original house whilst creating a sense of openness. The pallete incorporates materials, colour and textures that reflect both the period of the house and a current outlook such as black stone, black concrete slab, areas of intense colour in the kitchen and bathrooms. It was considered important to create an addition that referenced the original whilst setting itself as a new form.

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

MIDDLE COVE

The project is a reinterpretation of a 1960s Pettit + Sevitt house in Sydney’s Middle Cove area. The house was a simple split level type that whilst offering a lot of potential underutilised the site and spatial possibilities of the existing floor plan. Nobbs Radford Architects have created a open and functional home that respects the original house whilst creating a sense of openness. The pallete incorporates materials, colour and textures that reflect both the period of the house and a current outlook such as black stone, black concrete slab, areas of intense colour in the kitchen and bathrooms. It was considered important to create an addition that referenced the original whilst setting itself as a new form.

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

MIDDLE COVE

The project is a reinterpretation of a 1960s Pettit + Sevitt house in Sydney’s Middle Cove area. The house was a simple split level type that whilst offering a lot of potential underutilised the site and spatial possibilities of the existing floor plan. Nobbs Radford Architects have created a open and functional home that respects the original house whilst creating a sense of openness. The pallete incorporates materials, colour and textures that reflect both the period of the house and a current outlook such as black stone, black concrete slab, areas of intense colour in the kitchen and bathrooms. It was considered important to create an addition that referenced the original whilst setting itself as a new form.

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