This home has landed the title of Queensland’s best renovation

This home has landed the title of Queensland’s best renovation

first_imgQLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Winner for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Burleigh Street House by ME. Picture: SuppliedTHIS is Queensland’s best renovation project this year, according to Friday night’s state architecture awards.Burleigh Street House by architectural firm ME took out the prestigious Elina Mottram Award for Queensland’s best residential architecture – houses (alternations and additions) at the state ceremony.BEFORE the Burleigh Street House was redesigned by ME. Picture: Supplied QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Dornoch Terrace House by James Russell Architect. Picture: Toby Scott QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Commendation for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Paddington Residence by Kieron Gait Architects. Picture: Supplied QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Winner for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Burleigh Street House by ME. Picture: SuppliedMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoQLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Winner for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Burleigh Street House by ME. Picture: Supplied“The architecture is informed by a scholarly insight into the mid-century seaside coastal language with joyful referencing to the infinity of the sky, sea and sand along with the colour palette of the native fauna and flora.”Two major Brisbane homes were hard on the Burleigh home’s heels for the top renovation award, with Dornoch Terrace House by James Russell Architect getting the award and Paddington Residence by Kieron Gait Architects getting a commendation.According to the jury, Dornoch Terrace – which is the home of James Russell – “enables interactions of people, place and the environment to be infinitely finetuned to the conditions and activities of daily life”.QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Dornoch Terrace House by James Russell Architect. Picture: Toby Scott FRONT facade after renovation of Burleigh Street House off a design by ME. Picture: Supplied QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Dornoch Terrace House by James Russell Architect. Picture: Toby Scott“Construction and spatial experimentation demonstrate sustainability while evoking memories of past occupants and vernacular building traditions.”Mr Russell’s design sits on a ridge in Highgate Hill. His firm told the awards that “the block falls steeply to the north allowing two stories of home to tuck in under the more public office”.“The house was close to a squat when purchased, but one with a long history of transient musicians and graffiti artists living there. The walls were covered in works by well known artists such as Sofles and Lister. Sofles came back to paint a new work in the house which now sits within the new three storey void connecting ground through sleeping to sky.”QUEENSLAND STATE ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2017:Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations & Additions)The Elina Mottram Award – Burleigh Street House by MEAward – Dornoch Terrace House by James Russell ArchitectCommendation – Paddington Residence by Kieron Gait Architects(Source: AIA)QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Commendation for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Paddington Residence by Kieron Gait Architects. Picture: SuppliedQLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Commendation for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Paddington Residence by Kieron Gait Architects. Picture: Supplied QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Winner for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Burleigh Street House by ME. Picture: SuppliedRather than demolish the former bungalow in beach suburb Burleigh, the owners and architects added two new pavilions. The designers said the pavilions helped to create “a series of gardens that moderate breezes, internalise the view providing privacy and reinforce the landscape”.The pavilion to the north contained a new master bedroom and outdoor room, while the one to the south was where a carport and a substantial garden were put in place.According to the jury citation, the reworking of the small brick bungalow created “a fine sequence of connected indoor and outdoor spaces”.“The three connected pavilions intelligently incorporating existing building fabric create open rooms engaged with garden interstices while secure from the street.QLD Architecture Awards 2017 – Winner for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions): Burleigh Street House by ME. Picture: Suppliedlast_img

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