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  7. Kingsville Residence / Richard King Design

Refurbishment in Architecture

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Kingsville Residence / Richard King Design

  • 17:00 - 9 August, 2017
Kingsville Residence / Richard King Design
Kingsville Residence / Richard King Design, © Tom Roe
© Tom Roe

© Tom Roe © Tom Roe © Tom Roe © Tom Roe + 16

  • Builder

    Seventy7projects
  • Structural Engineer

    Keith Long & Associates
  • ESD

    EnviroGroup
  • Site Area

    280 m2
  • More Specs Less Specs
© Tom Roe
© Tom Roe

Text description provided by the architects. RK-D were engaged to design this house remodel, which took close to two years to complete. A dilapidated, Federation cottage with a 1990s lean-to was extensively demolished and extended into a two-level, contemporary house, which follows passive-house design principles.

© Tom Roe
© Tom Roe

The property grew from 85m² to 185m². The existing gable-end roof line was extended through to the rear, to reference the buildings original architectural character.

© Tom Roe
© Tom Roe

We utilized the generous roof height and proportions to add on a mezzanine level and double-height space, at the rear of the property. The house has a mix of private, social and work spaces. The front portion of the house is retained as bedroom and “adult” living space.

Ground Floor
Ground Floor
Mezzanine
Mezzanine

A central spine corridor connects the old part of the house to the contemporary extension. Additional bedrooms, bathroom, entrance/laundry lead onto a double height, open-plan kitchen, dining and “social” living room at the rear. A feature staircase connects to a large mezzanine study and en-suite.

© Tom Roe
© Tom Roe
Cite: "Kingsville Residence / Richard King Design" 09 Aug 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/877357/kingsville-residence-richard-king-design/> ISSN 0719-8884