Stage two in Blackheath has commenced.

We are excited to announce that the beginning of our second redevelopment phase of the Blue Mountains architectural renovation has begun. Our new design aims to uphold the standards set by our artist’s studio on the same site, that received much critical acclaim.

Working to meet contemporary design and standard comforts, we’re currently renovating the exterior and interior of the existing house. Additionally, the redevelopment will include the addition of a new carport, an art storage shed and two new extensions to the existing house. This will include a new laundry space, bathroom and a new entry building with mud room.

The principle design intent seeks to connect the artist’s studio with the existing house. The well-considered positioning of the structural additions, together with new landscaping, creates a new spatial composition that transforms the site into a new coherent whole. In doing so, it ensures the Blue Mountains architectural renovation on the site will be as positively received as the design for the artist’s studio.

Sketch of Blue Mountains architectural renovation
Site visit for Blue Mountains architectural renovation