Hobbs Jamieson Architecture refreshes the interior of 80’s apartment in Neutral Bay
An architecture practice hobbs jamieson architecture was asked to do complete renovation of 80’s attached dwelling. The owner’s wish was to maximise the space, ‘remove the 80’s’ and create a clean yet refined home.
“Our focus revolved around integrated joinery items, and select removal of walls to open up the space. By walking through joinery into other rooms where doors once were a sense of mystery is also created. The result is a refined, integrated living space that employs natural materials to create the aesthetic. Some rooms even take advantage of the natural surrounds of the building with select glass viewing panels looking onto the now artificially lit sandstone rock face at the rear of the site,” says Adam Hobbs
- Location: Neutral Bay – Sydney, Australia
- Date completed: 2019
- Size: 2,150 square feet
- Design: hobbs jamieson architecture
- Photos: Luc Remond