Evoking the ‘Kraken’ of Nordic mythology, a new dark and dynamic structure appears to overcome and engulf what was an existing non-contributory bayside building, raising its status and visibility within the streetscape and stepping up to meet with its neighbours on Beaconsfield Parade as an equal; rendering it effectively a new build.
Located less than 100m from the Middle Park beachfront, the new building form maximises the use and aspect of a small site, achieving views to both the city to the north and the bay to the south; engaging with and giving back to the streetscape.
Separate living spaces and accommodation on each level offer flexibility for an adult family and include an upper-level lap pool/spa and terrace. Richly finished interiors bring a level of sophisticated glamour reflective of its owner in the dynamic reimagining of their home of 20 years.
Adelaide Willcox, Graduate of Architecture
George Yiontis, Design Architect
George Yiontis, Project Architect
Kerry Kounnapis, Graduate of Architecture
Laurice Ageron, Graduate of Architecture
Maria Gutierrez-Rubio, Graduate of Architecture
Rosa Coy, Design Architect
COY YIONTIS ARCHITECTS, Interior Designer
GE BUILDING SURVEYORS, Building Surveyor
PERRETT SIMPSON, Structural Engineer
QUIRKEIR, MECHANICAL ENGINEER
RENATA FAIRHALL GARDEN DESIGNS, Landscape Consultant