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Anderson Architecture - Darlington House


The Darlington House was an opportunity to experiment with a number of design ideas centred around the concept that nature in an inner city environment. Nature can permeate our everyday lives and the design of a house should facilitate this connection with the elements. Built on a very small block of 50 square metres, the brief emphasised the need to maximise space within the existing terrace house. Through a loft conversion and the seamless integration of indoor/outdoor living areas, the usable floor space within the property increased while providing the clients with a unique spatial experience. The design optimises natural light and uses white surfaces to aid in the perception of space. A number of sustainable systems and materials have been incorporated in the scheme including recyclable Blackbutt timber, zero VOC paints and oil finishes, a grey water reuse system and efficient water and lighting fixtures.

Key Features
- Bathroom built around outside WC

- Small home ethos

- Grey water recycling system

- Zero VOC paints and finishes

- Reuse of timber and other materials

experimental · renovation
project completion · 2005
builder · owner builder
engineer ·
photography · steve brown