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10 Houses, Wynnstay Road

April 7, 2009

The main façade is cast with a crumpled form an ambigious perception of the material that is enlivened though the play of light and shadow throughout the day. The timber façade at the front of the property unifies the disparate forms of the main façade and metal sheet clad rear. The houses are of two […]

The main façade is cast with a crumpled form an ambigious perception of the material that is enlivened though the play of light and shadow throughout the day. The timber façade at the front of the property unifies the disparate forms of the main façade and metal sheet clad rear.

The houses are of two types: a townhouse with ground floor living, an exterior courtyard and first floor bedrooms; and an apartment type with first floor bedrooms and a second floor living room with large north orientated internal decks. This configuration allowed for living and outdoor spaces to be greater in size and aspect than other types would allow, and provided choice for different families.

*Team Members*
Robert McBride, Debbie-Lyn Ryan, Matthew Borg, Owen West, Kirstie Stewart, Mark Bol

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