Rush House

Dec 6, 2012
  • Article by Townsend + Associates Architects
  • Photography by Cameron Bloom
  • Designer
  • Architect Townsend + Associates Architects

A contemporary addition to a 1950s dwelling, the Rush House provides a young family with a flexible arrangement of living spaces, whilst preserving the character of the existing building. The physical and visual connection between internal and external living spaces has been thoughtfully crafted facilitating a healthy, naturally ventilated indoor environment, and a safe and social outdoor space.

The new wing is positioned thoughtfully to maintain natural light and privacy for the existing rooms, and wraps around a mature Liquidambar tree – shading a new outdoor living area.

The new Zaza sofa joins Charles Wilson’s furniture collection designed for King living

Based around King Living’s engineered steel frame, the new Zaza sofa blends form and function with detachable backs and arms.

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