- Featured in SMH Domain, "Great Designs, Tight Budgets", January 2011
- Featured in Design Hunter, “Strking geometry for modern take on old miners cottage”.
- Houses, April 2011
- ArchitectureAU, “Emili Fox and Conrad Johnston of Fox Johnston”, January 2012
Located in a conservation area on the Ballast Point Peninsula, the project brief requires additional space for a growing family of four.
A single storey wing is inserted into the rear embracing a central courtyard. A permeable bridge floats over an elongated pond and connects old and new. This new ‘living’ wing provides separation from sleeping spaces in the old shell – its roof manipulated to allow northern light to penetrate the space.