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Stockroom Cottage

Stockroom Cottage

Craft is central to this project, once the home of a guitar maker and potter. The brief was to combine a warehouse and adjacent workers' cottage into a single-family home. Externally the warehouse and cottage are kept intact, the interior is influenced by Venetian and Brazilian Modernism. The circulation spine references a Venetian via, with vistas through to the garden and living spaces that veer off the sides. The original brick boundary wall is exposed; a relic providing texture. Elevated timber walkways allow shards of dappled light to dance across the slate floor, an homage to the loved lemon-scented gum that looms in the back garden. The plan is divided into 3 zones; a living space on the ground floor of the Stockroom; children’s bedrooms on the upper floor; and the cottage separated entirely by the spine which houses the private parent’s quarters and living space.

Photography: Derek Swalwell

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Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell
































Photography: Derek Swalwell